Last month we asked for the name of the first inhaled insulin which launched in the early 2000s.
Congratulations to Meredith Coulter of Ridgway, Colorado, USA – T1 for six years and mom of a beautiful 2-year-old daughter – for being the first person with the correct answer!
ANSWER: EXUBERA. A product of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Exubera had a short existence due to its awkward design; Pfizer invested upwards of $1 billion in the product, but clearly did not consult the right people in its development. MannKind tried to learn from Pfizer’s failures when designing Afrezza, the only inhaled insulin currently on the market.
“With fall upon us, the leaves are starting to really pile up. Did you know that raking leaves can provide an excellent workout?
On average, how many calories does a150-pound (68 kg) person burn up raking leaves for an hour?
*The first person with the correct answer wins complimentary tuition to the Type-1 University course of their choice!
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