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An interview with a Medical Detection Dog owner, faster insulin from Novo Nordisk, an update on the 'sugar tax'

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It was my pleasure to investigate the work of UK charity Medical Detection Dogs for this issue, meeting Magic, who modelled for this month's front cover. Read all about the charity's work and his talent in the feature MY DIABETES KIT on page 14.

Anyone on an insulin pump and CGM will know that one of the realities that the combination shows is just how tardy the action of your insulin can be.
See the NEWS pages for a new, faster insulin from Novo Nordisk due to hit our shores soon. There's also a video from the company where several brave souls were hauled up in to the sky on some sort of crane arrangement to be interviewed about the effect of high blood glucose readings after meals, and how to avoid them. It's interesting as well as amusing, and I for one thank them for doing it at all! 
Part two of our winter salad review in MAKING CARBS COUNT contains the experience of two restaurateurs who changed how they ate after a diagnosis of diabetes in the family.

Best wishes,

Sue Marshall, Editor
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