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Oct 25, 2013

Noninjectable Insulin

Drug developers have been trying for years, often in failure, to develop and market a noninjectable form of insulin for diabetes. Recently, however, progress has been made on several fronts. (Learn more about that progress here.) Do you think we are coming close to the point when a noninjectable form of insulin will reach the market?

When you do think the FDA will approve a noninjectable form of insulin?

Within 1 year
 
  37.8%
Within 5 years
 
  43.3%
Within 10 years
 
  18.9%

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