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FDA Approves New Type 2 Diabetes Drug
WebMD
TUESDAY, April 15, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Millions of Americans with type 2 diabetes have a new treatment option with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approval Tuesday of a once-weekly injectable drug, Tanzeum. The FDA described Tanzeum …
FDA approves Tanzeum to treat type 2 diabetesFox News
GSK receives US approval for once-weekly type 2 diabetes treatment, Tanzeum Wall Street Journal
GlaxoSmithKline wins an FDA nod for its GLP-1 diabetes drug albiglutideFierceBiotech
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Too much animal protein linked to increased diabetes risk
Fox News
People who eat the most protein, especially from animal sources, are more likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, according to a study of European adults. The new study did not randomly assign participants to eat different amounts of protein
EXTRA ANIMAL PROTEIN, HIGHER DIABETES RISKDaily Sabah

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Diet and exercise may help prevent diabetes
Reuters
The data are based on the six-year Da Qing Diabetes Prevention Study. Participants began the study with higher-than-normal blood sugar levels, but not high enough to be diagnosed with diabetes. Researchers wanted to see if they could help prevent or …
Fitness vs Fatness in Diabetes PreventionMedscape

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Lexicon Pharma's diabetes drug successful in mid-stage study
Yahoo News
(Reuters) – Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc said its experimental drug to treat diabetes reduced the use of insulin at meal times in a mid-stage study of patients with type 1 diabetes, sending the company's shares up as much as 17 percent. Lexicon said the
Lexicon's Type 1 Diabetes Trial Gets Positive ResultsDrug Discovery & Development

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Study aims to help children manage diabetes
9NEWS.com
KUSA – Experts say there can be a large burden for families with child who has diabetes. So the Barbara Davis Center on the Anshutz Medical Campus is taking part in the FL3X study. The study is helping teach kids, 13 to 16 years old, and their families

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An Uproar Over a Diabetes Article, With a Back Story
New York Times (blog)
Many Times readers, some of whom have Type 1 diabetes, are upset over an article last Sunday in which Elisabeth Rosenthal explored the often extraordinary expense of treating the disease. It was an installment in her series, “Paying Till It Hurts
West Stockbridge Mom Targets Funds to Cure Type 1 DiabetesiBerkshires.com
"Yes, I Can Eat That": Living with Type 1 DiabetesHannibal.net

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Diabetes expenses have decreased, but are still high
Reuters
Li led the study at the Division of Diabetes Translation, part of the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. The researchers examined data from ten

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$ 6 Billion Jury Award Over Diabetes Drug
ABC News (blog)
Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Japan's biggest drug-maker, has been hit with $ 6 billion in punitive damages for hiding a possible link between a best-selling diabetes drug and a patient's bladder cancer. The fight is over Actos. Eli Lilly, which marketed the

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Legal Examiner
Takeda Loses First Federal Trial Over Actos Diabetes Drug
Bloomberg
Takeda, Asia's largest drugmaker, faces the Actos claims after it scrapped development of another diabetes drug this year when research linked it to liver damage. More than 2,700 Actos suits have been consolidated before U.S. District Judge Rebecca …
Takeda Jury Told of 'Reckless' Handling of Diabetes Drug (1)Businessweek
Billion-Dollar Lawsuit Against Actos Resumes TodayDrugWatch.com
Actos Bellwether Trial: $ 9 Billion Verdict for PlaintiffsLegal Examiner

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LA Weekly
Chocolate May Help Prevent Weight Gain, Diabetes
LA Weekly
A new study has shown that an antioxidant in cocoa, the main ingredient in chocolate, prevented mice from gaining weight and even lowered their blood sugar levels, according to Medical News Today. The research was conducted by the Department of Food …
Cocoa's healing powerWellBeing

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