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Abby Lee Harder with her daughter Presley, showing the blood-glucose sensor that helps manage her diabetes. Diabetes NZ

100 years after insulin was first used, why isn’t NZ funding the latest life-changing diabetes technology?

On the centenary of insulin’s first use, doctors, researchers and people with diabetes are asking why New Zealand lags other countries in funding the latest devices to monitor blood sugar.
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Forget tobacco industry arguments about choice. Here’s what young people think about NZ’s smokefree generation policy

Whether or not they smoke, most young people don’t share the tobacco companies’ view that New Zealand’s new smokefree measures will reduce their autonomy or limit their freedoms.

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