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Scientists want to make a type of insulin that would need to be injected only once a day. The so-called glucose responsive, or smart insulins, would mimic the action of the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas of a healthy individual

Scientists are trying to develop a type of insulin that would need to be injected only once a day. The so-called glucose responsive, or smart insulins, would mimic the action of the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas of a healthy individual

Source  Illustration by Emily Nash