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There's information on a lowcarb kitchen, a feel-good soft
drink, as well as a soup with a
taste of the souk. P.10.
Novo Nordisk's 'faster' insulin, plus
new weekly treatment for Type
2s, plus a website that can help
patients take the correct pills. P16.Dog owners frequently credit their pooches with
extraordinary abilities, but I saw at first hand what
Magic (pictured on the front cover) was capable
of when he detected a hypo in DSN Claire Pesterfield, his
owner and the person I was interviewing. A canine with CGM
capabilities, he was trained by a UK charity, Medical Detection
Dogs. Read all about it on p.14. I was also contacted by other
diabetics reaching new heights when they completed a snowy
climb up a mountain in Wales. Between them, Paul Coker and
Peter Davies have been living with diabetes for 100 years. More
great news in the news is the impending arrival of a faster
insulin from Novo Nordisk, and there's a video from the company
showing a 'sky high' interview with brave diabetics and HCPs
talking about elevated blood sugars while 35 meters up in the air
(p. 5). I hope you enjoy this issue, which happens to be the 75th
edition. If you like it, please help spread the word. To that end I
too have put a video together which you can see on p.
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We see how a 'hypo dog' has
helped a DSN with diabetes
to overcome her lack of hypo