We use cookies to deliver the best possible experience on our website. To learn more, visit our Privacy Policy. By continuing to use this site, or closing this box, you consent to our use of cookies.

X

Latest Post

November 27, 2017

Future Cell Therapy Treatments for Diabetes

<p>There have been many innovations over the past century since it was first shown that insulin injections could help control chronic diabetes. Advances in hardware and software have resulted in more accurate blood glucose sensors that work via less invasive means and insulin pumps that have become smaller and ever more sophisticated. As we discussed in our <a href="~/link.aspx?_id=BB11E284E06946C1B63B24997F8D2CC9&amp;_z=z">last blog</a> [1], there are also newer drugs, that when combined with traditional insulin therapy, can help patients better control the blood glucose levels.</p>
Alex Lyness

Alex Lyness, PhD CEng

Manager, Research and Technology, I&T

Previous Posts
Lab Testing

September 05, 2017

Spotlight on West’s Health and Safety Programs

Elizabeth Crawford

Elizabeth Crawford

Exton Communications Team Intern

Diversity

July 24, 2017

Corporate Responsibility Report – Part 3: Celebrating Diversity

Elizabeth Crawford

Elizabeth Crawford

Exton Communications Team Intern

West logo with Diamond

October 19, 2016

Leaders Round Table Helps Support West's Market-Led Strategy

Taylor Pendergast

West's Global Communications Team

West on the Road Blog Card

November 25, 2015

West on the Road—Jersey Shore, PA

Tiffany Burke

Tiffany Burke

Director, Global Communications

West on the Road Blog Card

September 14, 2015

West on the Road Clearwater Episode 3 Thinking Outside the Box to Deliver on Quality

West Pharma

West's Global Communications Team

Director, Global Communications

Blue West logo with Diamond

December 01, 2014

The Difference Between “Latex,” “Natural Rubber,” “Natural Rubber Latex” and “Dry Natural Rubber”

West Pharma

Jia Min Boo

Junior Technical Customer Support Specialist

Load more