From boomers to zoomers

The baby boomer generation – people born from 1946 to 1964, during the post –World War II baby boom – have been getting to know

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Once-weekly insulin for Type 2

A once-weekly basal insulin is in development to help treat Type 2 diabetes. Researchers suggest that reducing the frequency of basal insulin injections might help

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 T1D reversed, a first

A team of physicians from Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital and the University of California, San Francisco, have announced the first case of a patient with

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US approval for Lyumjev

The FDA has approved Lilly’s Lyumjev rapid-acting mealtime insulin to reduce high blood sugar after meals and keep blood glucose levels in-range. This approval offers

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ADA endorses US diabetes bills

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) announced the formal endorsement of three bills aiming to reduce the high cost of insulin and prescription drugs.  The Insulin Price

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