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Past, Present and the Future Rabin Mohanty Consultant Paediatrician Blackpool
Before Insulin Before insulin was discovered in 1921, everyone with type 1 diabetes died within weeks to years of its onset JL on 12/15/22 and 2 mos later
Impact Of Insulin On Life Expectancy By The 1940’s Age at start of diabetes Avg. age of death in Avg. age of death in Years Gained82634
Manufactured insulin, 'Iletin', United States, 1923
Newer insulin pens
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Modern Insulin Pump
Tandem’s t:slim insulin pump
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