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Newer insulins and stents in diabetic patients
This week we concentrate on diabetes
"The difference between insulin management in type 1 and type 2 diabetes is rather like the difference between driving a sports car and driving a lorry," says Edwin Gale, emeritus professor of diabetes at the University of Bristol. He tells us why this means the newer insulins that have benefits in the treatment of type 1 diabetes may not be as good for type 2.
Sripal Bangalore, director of research at the New York University School of Medicine, discusses his research into the relative effectiveness of different types of stents in diabetes patients
Newer insulins in type 2: 0:41