New pill treats diabetic cats without daily insulin shots


A new bill aims to make it easier to treat diabetic cats without twice daily insulin shots. Beck's a cat is the first oral treatment for feline diabetes approved by the FDA and is expected to be available in the U.S. within the next several weeks, similar drugs have been approved for people for about a decade. The new one's daily pill can't be used in diabetic cats that have already received insulin, while many cat owners successfully treat their pets with insulin shops, others struggle, research shows the difficulties lead to one in ten pet owners euthanizing their animals because of the difficulties of treatment. I'm Julie Walker

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