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Byetta is for type 2 diabetes. It helps your pancreas produce insulin more effectively. Byetta is not insulin and should not be taken instead of insulin. A pre-measured dose comes in a pen that you use to inject the medication.

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Casey McNulty, Health Pro, answered I heard of a new non-insulin shot to… Hi Darlene - Thank you for your question. As Lindsey mentioned, Symlin is…

07/17/08

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, answered Can Byetta and Januvia be taken at the… Byetta and Januvia are somewhat similar, but are different types of…

05/28/08

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, answered Does anybody know if Byetta pens need… Your pharmacist is correct, but you shouldn't let the pen get superhot.…

05/08/08

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Diabetes and Weight Loss: Byetta and… Dear Peggy, Congratulations to you! Thanks for announcing your weight…

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