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Insulin Therapy

People with type 1 diabetes, and some people with type 2 diabetes, need to replace the insulin that they are unable to produce, to maintain normal body functions.

Insulin is given by subcutaneous injection, using a syringe, pen device, or may be delivered via an insulin pump.

To learn more about such topics as:

  • "Where Can You Inject?" and
  • "Different Types of Insulin And Their Action"

Read the DRI's brochure "Insulin Therapy" in English or "Terapia de Insulina" in Spanish.

Cover of the Diabetes Research Institute's brochure, "Insulin Therapy," which provides background information about the types of insulin, where you can inject it, and other useful information.

Read the brochure "Insulin Therapy" in English  | "Terapia de Insulina" in Spanish

 

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