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Valeritas Announces The Publication Of A Retrospective Analysis Of Patient-Reported Data On The V-Go In The Current Issue Of Endocrine Practice
Date:11/12/2012

led to better adherence to a relatively complex dosing regimen, which helped patients better control their blood glucose."

Researchers conducted a prospective data collection from a retrospective analysis of 23 V-Go patients, all of whom were previously treated with insulin using pens or syringes. Patients using the V-Go answered telephone surveys about their perception of device use and the corresponding clinical data were retrospectively collected from before V-Go initiation, after 12 weeks of use, at the end of treatment, and 12 weeks after discontinuation. Patients filled out questionnaires about the functionality of the V-Go, including their opinion of the device, at interim stages of treatment.1

"Nearly two-thirds of insulin users do not achieve their recommended target glucose levels. The V-Go mimics the body's natural insulin pattern and helps enable patients to take control of their glucose levels and improve compliance," said Kris Peterson, CEO of Valeritas, Inc. "These results help demonstrate  the clinical value of the V-Go, which not only help improve diabetes management, but has also shown to be a patient preferred method for insulin delivery."

For more information about V-Go, or to find out if V-Go is right for you, call 1-866-881-1209. Customer Care Representatives are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week or visit www.go-vgo.com or www.valeritas.com.

About Diabetes

In order to fuel the human body's cells with glucose, or sugar, insulin is required. While the body continuously produces insulin, people with type 2 diabetes, the most common form of diabetes, either do not produce enough insulin, or their bodies cannot use the insulin adequately. When there is not enough, or insulin is not used properly, glucose builds up in the blood instead of going into the body's cells. If not controlled properly, diabetes can incre
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