Drug combo means fewer injections for diabetic children

06/23/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Researchers said mixing insulin aspart and detemir and delivering them in the same syringe for children with Type 1 diabetes could reduce the number of injections for patients. The study found mixing the two had the same effect on blood sugar levels as giving the injections separately.

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