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The Price Point Of Insulin Is A Sore Spot For American Consumers.

But why does it have to be this way?

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Insulin is another of those words that diabetics love to hate. It is a hormone that functions as a cell signal. After we have consumed food and that food makes its way through our digestive system, decomposed down into simpler constituents such as glucose, it gets absorbed from our intestines…

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Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Crafting strategies for optimising the biochemical pathways in the human body. Learn more at https://thethinkingscientist.substack.com.

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