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100 years after insulin was first used, why isn’t NZ funding the latest life-changing diabetes technology?

By Ben Wheeler, Associate Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology, University of Otago
Cherie Stayner, Research Manager, Edgar Diabetes and Obesity Research Centre; Science Communicator, Healthier Lives–He Oranga Hauora National Science Challenge, University of Otago
Jim Mann, Professor of Medicine and Director, Healthier Lives–He Oranga Hauora National Science Challenge and Co-Director, Edgar Diabetes and Obesity Research Centre, University of Otago
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On the centenary of insulin’s first use, doctors, researchers and people with diabetes are asking why New Zealand lags other countries in funding the latest devices to monitor blood sugar.The Conversation


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