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Diabetes: New hope for better wound healing

A sluggish insulin metabolism results in the slow and incomplete healing of injuries. That is why diabetics often have to contend with wounds that heal poorly. Researchers have now gained new insights into the underlying cellular mechanisms. Their findings could lead to the development of new treatment methods.
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