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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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A possible connection between one of our newest and most important classes of diabetes drugs and pancreatic cancer has frightened many of us. But people with diabetes can now breathe easier.   The United States Food and Drug Administration and its European counterpart just released their joint findings concluding that these drugs,…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on The Safety of Diabetes Drugs Dear Frank,   I couldn't agree with you more!   Namaste,   David

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Tom commented on Who Benefits Most from Bydureon Dear Kahn, I've had diabetes for about ten years. I'm 65 years old. For years my GP…

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Dr. Bill Quick, Health Pro, answered I have (2) unopened vials of Lantus in… They may still be usable, but have probably lost some degree of potency…

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Whatever commented on Diabetes and Insulin Injection Lumps… If I go with that I'd require to take approximately 16 shots in a day...…

06/27/13

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