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New Dual Artificial Pump- Still in Development
Sep 5, 2014 | 
Tandem is in partnership with the JDRF to develop a dual hormone pump which will continue to be funded, as Tandem reaches different milestones. Once approved by the FDA, this novel and groundbreaking medical device will have two hormone chambers. One chamber for insulin, the second chamber for a different hormone that supports different therapies. “At this time, insulin is the only approved hormone for an insulin pump,” says Susan Morrison, Chief Administrative Officer from Tandem Diabetes Care.
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Sep 1, 2014 | 
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Diabetes Health: Insulin Pump Crossword Puzzle #14
Aug 3, 2014 | 
Test your knowledge to see how well you understand insulin pump terms.
Insulin pumps lead to lower A1C levels for insulin-dependent type 2s
Aug 2, 2014 | 
Insulin pumps can be as beneficial for those with type 2 diabetes that require insulin as they have become for those with type 1, according to a new trial.
Novo Nordisk Introduces New Insulin Device to U.S. Market
Jul 26, 2014 | 
Novo Nordisk has introduced the Levemir® FlexTouch® prefilled insulin delivery device to the U.S. market. The device, filled with insulin detemir [rDNA origin], the first of its kind that does not use a pushbutton extension. In a conventional insulin delivery device, a pushbutton extends out from the device. If the called-for dose is large, an extension may cause problems for the user.
Life With Type 2: Lab Rat
Jul 9, 2014 | 
Since my diagnosis as a type 2 in 2003, I've participated in three Phase 3 drug studies. I am fortunate to live two miles away from one of the San Francisco Bay Area's premier endocrinologists, Dr. Richard Bernstein (who has the same name as the famous low-carb advocate based on Long Island, New York). Over the years, Dr. Bernstein has established his office as a go-to testing facility for drugs in late-stage development.
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