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Scripps Diabetes Expert Weighs in on Newer Forms of Insulin

Pharmaceutical companies are developing insulin that lasts longer, or works more quickly.

If you are one of the six million American adults with diabetes that currently use insulin to help keep your blood sugar levels under control, you will be happy to know that a number of pharmaceutical companies are now working on newer forms of insulin that work more quickly or last much longer.

To learn more about the latest developments in insulin therapy, read Dr. Athena Philis-Tsimikas’ blog posting on Everyday Health — Newer Forms of Insulin Make for Easier Diabetes Management

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