New Type of Drug Shows Promise in Type 1

Subetta is a new drug currently under review for approval by the FDA and undergoing phase 3 clinical trials. By activating insulin receptors, Subetta has an antihyperglycemic effect, stimulating uptake of glucose by muscle cells. The trials suggest Subetta has a small but statistically significant additional blood glucose-lowering effect in people whose type 1 diabetes is not effectively managed with basal bolus insulin regimens, and it does not seem to increase the risk of adverse events like hypoglycemia. Read more

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