This morning we came across an article in US News and World Report entitled “Patch Pump Device Could Offer Cheaper Insulin Delivery”. The article states;
“The study found that combining a wearable, patch-like insulin delivery device (called the V-Go) and an older, cheaper insulin could safely help people with type 2 diabetes achieve good blood sugar control.”
Now we really hate to inform the good folk at US News but Valeritas the makers of the V-Go basically went out of business with their assets acquired by Zealand Pharma. Per a press release issued today;
“Zealand Pharma A . . .
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