Scientists are currently working on a patch that could replace the need for daily insulin injections by people with Type 1 diabetes. This patch is said to eventually be able to release small doses of insulin via the skin.
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition where a person’s body is unable to control blood glucose levels because it’s unable to produce insulin. Most people who have it tend to do so from childhood, whereas people with Type 2 diabetes develop it later in life, mostly as a result of lifestyle reasons.
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