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Insulin Discontinuation brought forward

In August 2006, the manufacturer of Mixtard® and Velosulin® announced that several products in the range were to be discontinued with effect from 31st December 2007.

The manufacturer has now warned that, due to slower than expected transfer of patients from Velosulin® to alternative treatments it is expected that this product will no longer be available from June 2007.

Action: Patients who are currently using Velosulin® should be identified as soon as possible and transferred to an alternative insulin therapy.

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