Medical School Advocates for Transplant over Dialysis in Children

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Dr. Bernard Hering, Department of Medicine, and his team are modifying pancreatic cells from pigs in order to someday find a cure for diabetes. "We have now more and more reason to believe that we can turn this into a tangible benefit for diabetics and their families," Hering said. "We can make transplantation routine, commonplace, and on-demand."

“Healthy Start, Healthy State” study finds children in Minnesota's childcare programs have better access to improved nutrition and physical activity practices.

MINNEAPOLIS - May 16, 2018 - Existing state and local programs focused on good nutrition and physical activities for children have led to measurable improvement in practices by the state’s child care programs between 2010 and 2016, says a new University of Minnesota Medical School. 

Eight months have past since the worst hurricane in decades hit the small island, yet Puerto Ricans are still attempting to recover, especially children.