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Cholesterol levels in the pancreatic beta cells discovered to play a key role in insulin secretion and development of diabetes

February 18, 2007
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Scientists at the Child & Family Research Institute and the University of British Columbia have discovered that high levels of cholesterol in the pancreatic beta cells damage the body's ability to secrete insulin and this may contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes. [more....]