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Locemia, and its New Approach to Rescue Glucagon Up Your Nose

By Amy Tenderich on March 2, 2015

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Remember that clinical trial that Mike was part of last April, that involved Puffing Glucagon Up Your Nose?

Well, the Canada-based makers of that exciting no-needle emergency rescue glucagon have come out of stealth mode, with a brand-new website for the company called Locemia (a mashup of “low blood sugar” and “hypoglycemia”), announcing their mission to spread awareness about hypoglycemia and “expand the community of people around those who use insulin to feel confident come to the aid of someone having a low.”

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