Cell Death and Diabetes: A Conversation with Feroz Papa

By Jeffrey Norris on November 26, 2008

Feroz Papa

In recent years, researchers have learned that beta cells of the pancreas die in patients with type 2 diabetes. UCSF’s Feroz Papa. MD, PhD, studies cells in the lab to learn why and how. But as a physician working at ground zero in the diabetes epidemic, he also wants to see new knowledge translated into clinical practice.

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