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Sanofi Highlights Blood Sugar 'balancing Act' In Newest U.k. Diabetes Campaign

Sanofi highlights blood sugar 'balancing act' in newest U.K. diabetes campaign Sanofi's newest U.K. diabetes campaign is all about balance. What does a tightrope-walking stunt have to do with diabetes? One word: balance. Thats the message Sanofi is trying to get across with its new U.K. diabetes awareness campaign , dubbed Highs & Lows: Better balance for a better futurewhich, yes, did include a tightrope stunt at Londons Southbank. According to new research from the company, more than half of diagnosed, insulin-taking Type 2 diabetes patients find it challenging to balance their blood glucose levels or worry about doing it. But if they dont, those challenges and worries can lead to potentially serious long-term health implications. Like this story? Subscribe to FiercePharma! Biopharma is a fast-growing world where big ideas come along daily. Our subscribers rely on FiercePharma as their must-read source for the latest news, analysis and data on drugs and the companies that make them. Sign up today to get pharma news and updates delivered to your inbox and read on the go. Type 2 patients are making fear-driven decisions in the here and now to prevent low blood glucose levels, with Continue reading >>

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  1. SuFu_Ph_D

    Sorry, this one is pretty short compared to my other "cut the crap" blog posts. I really don't have a whole lot of free time and with the long discussion about the differences between humalog and novolog I thought it would be interesting to post something. Hopefully I didn't make any errors and it came out interesting.
    There is a controversy right now among individuals about the differences between the two types of rapid acting insulin Humalog (Insulin Lispro) and Novolog (Insulin Apart). People claim they are the same, they are different and one works better than the other. This post will focus on the structure of the human insulin compared to each analog, and molecular mechanisms of each type, how they are formulated and how each should work. I'm not saying one is better than the other. The actions of each are specific to each person and the choice of insulin should always be a discussion between you and your physician. I have my personal preference and that's exactly it, my personal preference for how I control my disease.
    The first thing is to distinguish between the different types of insulin. This post will focus specifically on 2 of the rapid acting insulins, Humalog and Novolog. I am working on another blog post about how long acting insulins work. While they are different, they can be used interchangably. Pharmacies will readily substitute one for the other if they are out and the patient does not have a strong preference. This has been my experience, yours may/will differ.
    So how are Novolog and Humalog different from regular human insulin?

    This is a very important topic and will take up the majority of this post because this will explain why one may work better than others. Endogenously secreted human insulin is a relatively simple protein. I'll bypass the synthesis and processing, if you want me to post about that please say so. Insulin is secreted as a...

  2. Doris_D

    This intreste me b/c Humalog dosent work to well for me and my bs's but Novolog does. Can u go father into it?

  3. Matthew_Yarbrough

    lily (makers of humalog) use natural rubber solids in their stoppers, what made me switch. I actually preferred humalog but had to switch due to a latex allergy.

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