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MILLIONS of people could benefit from a new miracle pill which promises to improve the lives of diabetes sufferers ... - The Sun

Brits could soon be managing their blood sugar levels quickly and painlessly by taking insulin orally instead of injecting themselves thanks to new technology. The new capsules could save four million Brits from injecting insulin every day. Getty ...and more »

'Miracle' pill developed to replace insulin shots for diabetics - Inquirer.net

Millions of people suffering from diabetes may no longer have to endure the pain of injecting themselves with insulin. Scientists have come up with a new miracle pill that would help manage blood sugar levels. According to a New York Post report ...and more »

Insulin pill could make diabetes treatment 'ouchless' - Science Daily

Date: August 24, 2016; Source: American Chemical Society; Summary: Millions of Americans with diabetes have to inject themselves regularly with insulin to manage their blood-sugar levels. But scientists are developing a new way of administering the ...and more »

New insulin pill developed by American researchers that could treat type 1 diabetes - Diabetes.co.uk

American researchers have developed an insulin pill that could provide a less painful way for people with type 1 diabetes to control their blood sugar levels. This new technology is known as a Cholestosome, which was reported on this week at the 252nd ...and more »

Good News Coming for Diabetic People — No More Shots! - American Council on Science and Health

One of the less appealing aspects of diabetes, especially type 1, is the requirement for injecting insulin — sometimes several times each day. Insulin is a protein hormone, and as such it can't be taken as a pill because it gets broken down by the ...and more »

Millions of people with diabetes could be spared the pain of daily injections as scientists develop an insulin PILL - Daily Mail

An insulin pill that will save millions of people with diabetes having to administer daily jabs is a major step closer to reality. Around 420 million people worldwide have diabetes and 3.7 million deaths are attributed to the disease each year, World ...and more »

No More Painful Shots! An Oral Insulin Pill Coming for Diabetics! - Health Newsline

In a good news for all you diabetics out there, scientists have developed an insulin pill that will spare you the pain of insulin injections! People suffering from type 1 diabetes have to inject themselves with insulin daily, while those living with ...and more »

New oral insulin pill can replace 'painful' injections - The News Minute

US scientists have developed an oral method of administering insulin that can be a less painful alternative to millions of people worldwide with diabetes who have to inject themselves with the drug to manage their blood-sugar levels. The team has ...and more »

DIABETES: Insulin pill breakthrough could spare sufferers the pain of daily injections - Express.co.uk

An estimated four million people in Britain - or one in every 16 - have diabetes and many have to inject themselves with insulin every day to manage their blood-sugar levels. However, a pill, coated in a fatty layer, could save people the pain of the ...and more »

New tech Cholestosome from Niagara University spares diabetics from daily insulin injections by taking capsule instead - International Business Times AU

The dream of millions of diabetics of being spared from painful daily insulin injections may soon be over. Researchers from Niagara University have developed a new technology that would deliver the insulin in capsule form. It is the second successful ...and more »