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More Than Just Glucophage

Bristol-Myers Squibb has launched an expansion of its ChoiceDM line of over-the-counter diabetes-care products.

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EMLA Temporarily Removed From Market

EMLA, an anesthetic cream made by AstraZeneca of Wilmington, Delaware, has been temporarily removed from the market. The cream is frequently used by insulin pumpers to numb the skin before inserting an infusion set.

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Lotion Said to Supply GLA

The dry skin that often accompanies diabetes can be alleviated by applying lotion to the affected areas—and a lotion that contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) can both restore moisture and provide long-term relief, says the president of ShiKai, located in Santa Rosa, California.

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Making a Mark

Testing. Testing when you get up… before meals… after meals… before and after (and sometimes during) exercise. Testing when you feel "funny."

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Lotion Said to Supply GLA

Dry skin that frequently accompanies diabetes can be alleviated by applying lotion to the affected areas-and a lotion that contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) can both restore moisture and provide long-term relief, says the president of ShiKai, of Santa Rosa, California.

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Smooth Things Over

A dermatologist-developed skin lotion said to soothe irritated skin and diminish the appearance of wrinkles is now available from dermatologists.

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Is My Son Allergic to Pump Tape?

My son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 2½ years ago at age 24. For about the past year, he has been using the MiniMed pump very successfully.

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That Special Touch

Advanced Tissue Sciences Inc. of La Jolla, California, and Smith & Nephew PLC, of London, England, announced the FDA approval of Dermagraft, a treatment for foot ulcers resulting from diabetic neuropathy. Advanced Tissue Sciences is the first company in the United States to receive FDA approval for a skin treatment that is engineered from human cells.

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That Special Touch: Diabetic Skin Treatment Made With Human Cells Receives FDA Approval

Advanced Tissue Sciences Inc. of La Jolla, California, and Smith & Nephew PLC, of London, England, announced the FDA approval of Dermagraft, a treatment for foot ulcers resulting from diabetic neuropathy. Advanced Tissue Sciences is the first company in the United States to receive FDA approval for a skin treatment that is engineered from human cells.

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Pain-Free Injections

Ferndale Laboratories of Ferndale, Michigan, is now promoting its time-released, deep penetration topical skin cream for purchase on the Web and pharmacy shelves.

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