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Good day everyone, i came to know that the latest injuction created for diabetic type 2 which has to take only for once after injecting that injection there is no need to take insulin further more is it TRUE ? plz let me know if u have any information about it... Syed Hyderabad,India.
 

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I have never heard of anything like this.
 

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Good day everyone, i came to know that the latest injuction created for diabetic type 2 which has to take only for once after injecting that injection there is no need to take insulin further more is it TRUE ? plz let me know if u have any information about it... Syed Hyderabad,India.
Sounds like the new once a day injection called Victoza.
 

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wow ive never heard of it.
 

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Good day everyone, i came to know that the latest injuction created for diabetic type 2 which has to take only for once after injecting that injection there is no need to take insulin further more is it TRUE ? plz let me know if u have any information about it... Syed Hyderabad,India.
You 'may' have heard about this - but it looks like it's for Type 1 people :(
Tepluzimab to replace regular insulin injections found promising in Indian diabetics | DWS Pill Scribe
 

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Good day everyone, i came to know that the latest injuction created for diabetic type 2 which has to take only for once after injecting that injection there is no need to take insulin further more is it TRUE ? plz let me know if u have any information about it... Syed Hyderabad,India.
Hi syed

I reckon you a referring too victoza, which has been on the market for over a year now and is taken once per day at a time chosen by you, irrespective of full or empty stomach

People on the drug, and myself included have some wonderful results being on the drug, but it seems the effect seems to wade off after a certain time, varies from individuals to individuals, which would warrant a change in dosage.

You can google victoza for more info
Trust is would help

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