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January 1997 - Rezulin is given FDA clearance.
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Rezulin, a type 2 diabetes drug manufactured by Warner-Lambert, has been receiving its fair share of black eyes recently. Many in the diabetes community, however, are standing by Rezulin as an effective agent in treating type 2 diabetes. Others are making plans to treat their type 2 diabetes through other means.
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1966 First pancreas transplant performed at the University of Minnesota.
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It's called the Diasensor 1000. The company that built it, Indiana, Pa.-based Biocontrol Technology Inc., claims it's the answer to diabetics' prayers.
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Boehringer Mannheim is currently developing a blood glucose monitoring system that it hopes will measure BGs continuously and as painlessly as possible. Boehringer would like to see its minimally-invasive product, the Komo System, on the market by the year 2000.
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I recently learned of a famous diabetologist, Dr. Lawrence in England, who made all the endocrinologists he trained take a shot of insulin to experience an insulin shock. He felt this was necessary for them to become good doctors.
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The use of Humalog with Eli Lilly's Humulin has created some confusion - especially among the elderly - over the similarities in appearance between the two insulins.
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There is a new medication for people with type 2 diabetes on insulin that could help reduce, and in a few cases possibly eliminate, the need for insulin. The drug appears to resensitize the body to insulin and makes it easier for glucose to be absorbed from the bloodstream.
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1000 B.C.- An Indian physician, Susruta, discovers diabetes.
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Good News! Our bimonthly days are gone! Beginning in January 1997 Diabetes Health will become a true monthly publication and you will receive a new issue each month. This will enable us to keep you more up-to-date with the ever changing world of diabetes and diabetes care.
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