V-Go (VEE-go), a new insulin delivery device that's worn like a PATCH

You'll see V-Go (VEE-go), a new insulin delivery device that's worn like a PATCH...for patients with type 2 diabetes.

V-Go is a small, disposable device...about the size of a matchbox...that patients fill with insulin and attach to their abdomen or arm daily.

A tiny needle is pressed into the skin when V-Go is attached...and rapid-acting insulin is delivered subcutaneously over 24 hours.

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