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Insulin Concentration Concerns: A message from William T. Cefalu, MD

We have serious concerns about the article, “Insulin Concentration in Vials Randomly Purchased in Pharmacies in the United States: Considerable Loss in the Cold Supply Chain,”[1] published in the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology on December 21, 2017. The … Continue reading

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Make Insulin Affordable: An update from William T. Cefalu

We’ve taken a stand to find solutions to ensure insulin is affordable for all who need it. Continue reading

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Keeping Up With the Diabetes News

Diabetes ought to be front-page news year-round; we need a robust national conversation to fuel the fight against America’s most urgent chronic health crisis. Diabetes, in all its forms, is a very serious disease. But while every headline shines a much-needed spotlight, it can also leave room for confusion about type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Continue reading

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The History of a Wonderful Thing We Call Insulin

Since the dawn of time, we have searched for ways to make life easier for us. The modern age has given us some amazing technological advances—what we would do without the internet, our iPhones or high-speed travel? For many people, … Continue reading

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