Glu.org conducted a survey to see how many people have actually injected insulin through clothing and 54% respondents or 198 people have admitted they have.
There was only one scientific study “The Safety of Injecting Insulin Through Clothing” published in 1997 that considered this practice by researchers from Wayne State University in Detroit, published in the American Diabetes Association’s journal Diabetes Care. The results were that this practice was safe and convenient, but not recommended. There is some concern that the study was conducted 15 years ago.
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