Hopkins Research Suggests that Blood Vessels and Support Cells may be Real Targets of Treatment for Diabetic Nerve Damage

Blood vessels and supporting cells appear to be pivotal partners in repairing nerves ravagedby diabetic neuropathy, and nurturing their partnership with nerve cells might make the difference between success and failure in experimental efforts to regrow damaged nerves, Johns Hopkins researchers report in a new study. Current treatments focus on relieving symptoms but don’t address the root cause by repairing nerve damage.  READ MORE

Source: News Medical