Stem cell-based therapy using skin cells from patients

I have been thinking a lot about stem cell-based therapy for patients with Wolfram syndrome. We have created many induced pluripotent stem cell lines (iPS cell lines) using skin cells from patients with Wolfram syndrome. In theory, we can create any types of cells using these iPS cells.

The idea of stem cell-based therapy for diabetes and neurodegenerative diseases is not new anymore, and there are multiple ongoing clinical trials. The key to success for stem cell-based therapy is to establish methods for creating high-quality insulin-producing cells, eye cells, and different types of brain cells. We should keep on working on stem cell-based therapy for Wolfram syndrome.