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Since 1922, people with diabetes
have had to rely on injectable insulin
to manage mealtime glucose control.

Over

1,000

injections per year
are experienced by patients
who use injectable insulin at
mealtime*

Up to

25%

of patients with diabetes have
needle anxiety2

Approximately

1 in 5

mealtime injections are
intentionally missed1

Are you ready to say goodbye
to needles at mealtime?

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Based on an estimation of approximately 3 meals per day, for a total of 1,095 possible mealtime injections per year.

References

  1. Peyrot M, Rubin RR, Kruger DF, Travis LB. Correlates of insulin injection omission. Diabetes Care. 2010;33(2):240-245
  2. Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice 1999;46:239-46
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