Lantus, a new long-acting insulin

The FDA just approved Lantus, a new long-acting insulin.

It's longer acting than NPH or Ultralente...and doesn't produce peak concentrations like other insulins.

Lantus is a synthetic insulin called insulin glargine. It differs from human insulin by 3 amino acids.

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