The “wish list”, or holy grail for diabetics who prick their finger several times a day to measure their blood sugar usually involves two things: a way to check their blood sugar without painful finger pricks, and taking a pill instead of an insulin shot. [...]
(CNN)Daily insulin shots for the management of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes could become a thing of the past, and insulin pills could someday be another option for diabetes patients. to read the rest of the article press here
Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc. plans a secondary listing in Tel Aviv “in the next few weeks” to take advantage of an increasing number of Israeli investors seeking new opportunities amid new measures to invigorate the stock market, CEO Nadav Kidron told Bloomberg.
Oral insulin to be a game changer: Oramed CEO Nadav Kidron tells CNBC On Squawk Box Asia, Kidron talks about the company's latest offering
Josh Hexter, Oramed’s COO, spoke with BioTuesdays.com about the conclusion of the Phase IIb study, and about what's next for Oramed: Oramed hopes to start Phase 3 oral insulin trial next year
Injectable insulin has been around since 1923, but oral insulin has proven elusive to date. Oramed Pharmaceuticals' successful Phase IIB trial for oral insulin has shown that it can be done. http://seekingalpha.com/article/3987206-oramed-now-first-show-evidence-insulin-can-taken-orally
Creating a safe, effective, tolerable oral insulin has become the holy grail of diabetes drug development, and Israel-based Oramed is one of the frontrunners in this race... http://www.biopharmadive.com/news/orameds-oral-insulin-shines-in-mid-stage-trials/419657/