WE HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE OPTIMISTIC IN LIFE NO MATTER WHO WANTS TO WREAK OUR BOATS OF LIFE, CANCER, TERRORISTS, DIABETES OR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES.
Yes, it is a sure certainty that we must be fit and live long especially these days modern technologies and scientific researches are successfully finding and discovering new drugs to fight all manners of diseases!
It is my pleasure to share this great news with my readers those who are suffering from diabetes or have been diagnosed to have this disease.
Yes, I read this article in London daily Mirror Newspaper about a winning fight against Diabetes.
The article was reported in this paper by one Andrew Gregory the Daily Mirror Health correspondent.
The article was featured with the following caption:"£1.90 DIABETIC MIRACLE: CHEAP DRUG TO END MISERY FOR PATIENTS AND SAVE NHS '£70M'
The reporter went on, " A new drug launched today could improve the lives of millions of diabetes sufferers and save the NHS £70million over the next five years"
The report continued: "The £1.90 once-a day injection controls blood sugar levels and cuts the risk of heart attacks, amputations and kidney failures"
It is alleged that more than three million Brits have diabetes and most have Type 2-which is related to lifestyle and weight.
This is believed to cost NHS £10billion a year and it is set to rise as the obesity crisis worsen.
How does the drug work you may ask? The drug called 'lyxumia', which is injected before the main meal, controls glucose levels and also makes people feel that they are full.
Diabetes expert Professor Tony Barnett said: "Diabetes causes horrendous long term complications. He went on, "The trial results were fantastic and it looks like it will benefit between 40-50% of patients. "This disease is going to bankrupt NHS if we don't do something about it."
The makers Sanofi claim it is 25% cheaper than other diabetes treatments, could save the NHS £70 million over the next five years and allow it to treat a third more patients.
This drug which can be collected over the counter on prescription will also help patients to loose weight.
Dr Richard Brice, a diabetes expert and a Kent GP, said: "It is up to the individual doctor but it would be short-sided to put any road blocks in its path.
"In today's cash-strapped NHS, this has got to be an advantage. It is encouraging that effective and innovative Type2 diabetes treatments are being made available."
Simon O'Neil, of charity Diabetes UK, said: "We welcome any new drug that gives more choice to patients and clinicians to help manage diabetes."
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