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Laura Kronen Jul 9
I have a 6.2 with very, very infrequent lows using .
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AEM Jul 9
The best combo for beating diabetes! and knocking blood sugars down faster than Iron Mike Tyson in his prime!
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Afrezza® HCP Jul 11
MannKind relaunches the Afrezza website to help healthcare providers understand the benefits, safety, efficacy and use of Afrezza inhaled . Come visit for more information. (See Safety Info: )
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Afrezzauser Jul 13
Replying to @t1diabeteslife
I had an a1c of 10.2 and if I attempted any decent control I would have frequent lows. I got on the trials for and went on the insulin and now enjoy a1c of 6s without trying. I live better than ever. Diabetes is an afterthought for me
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AFREZZA® Jul 15
Looking 4 a doctor near you who prescribes inhaled ? Visit (See Safety: )
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John Monteleone Jul 12
My mother had a high this morning and fixed it rather quickly.
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Stephen Parsons Jul 7
not the best day. Not the worst. 2 years and going strong on afrezza + not looking back.
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AFREZZA® Jul 13
Afrezza works quickly to bring down high blood glucose caused by food. If diet, exercise, & your current medications are not giving you the control you need, ask your doctor about . Visit . (See Safety: )
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Lilli Day 15h
Replying to @TheHarryx1
Still I’m sad for those with diabetes whose doctors are not educated about . I don’t get it really. If doctors truly believe in the Hippocratic Oath, “First, do no harm...” why are they still only prescribing injectable mealtime insulins that can cause dangerous lows. 😔
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Scarlet Bologna Jul 12
Just saw my first commercial here in Austin at 8: 30 pm. I was shocked. Good luck Mannkind and all PWD everywhere!
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AEM Jul 9
Replying to @amorando80
Still don't believe in ? Plenty more testimonials like this proving this will change the diabetes landscape forever! Easier, faster, and overall better for you👊✌️
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Steve Jul 10
the insulin that races to the rescue like your pancreas would if it could.
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Brendan Hyland 10h
ditch the pump my HbA1c is currently 5.8% since lifetime best after 32 years of insulin dependent diabetes. A drop of 0.7% over best on MDI regime. My diabetes was terrible on pump. in other news peripheral neuropathy destroyed Retinopathy reduced Docs amazed.
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Brendan Hyland Jul 9
I have a 5.8% on and can TEACH a spin class 2 hours after dinner without d fear of a hypo. Can your injectable insulin do that and keep you in the non diabetic range. HELL NO 😁
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Afrezza® HCP Jul 15
Are you starting patients on Afrezza inhaled insulin? See dosing options on our website at (See Safety Info: )
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Afrezza® HCP Jul 13
Did you know that Afrezza has an established safety and efficacy profile studied in more than 3,000 adult patients with type 2 and type 1 diabetes mellitus? Learn more:   (Reference Afrezza Package Insert: )
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Lilli Day Jul 10
Needles or no needles had nothing to do with the decision BTW, which is what many doctors and patients still don’t understand. It’s just a smarter insulin for dealing with carbs. My missing 1st phase insulin release is my biggest problem and does that job for my body.
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Andy Jul 9
Am I wrong in thinking drugs formulated to be used with the Technosphere inhaler do NOT need refrigeration. If so, wouldn't government be interested in the technology for military use, in disasters, or any situation where refrigeration is not availabe
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Brendan Hyland Jul 10
is d reason I live a life wit normal blood sugars, hba1c of 5.8% despite having insulin dependant diabetes requiring over 80 units of insulin a day 4 32 yrs. I now inhale when i eat dont carb count and have my life back. My doctors in d UK are amazed with my achievements
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Meggers 18h
I’m also sarcastic, persistent and have excellent control of my diabetes thanks to and so please, let me on the team!!! 😊
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