The treatment of diabetes, from 1921 to today
The lives of people living with diabetes have changed significantly over the past hundred years. Today, these individuals have access to cutting-edge technologies and information that is more easily accessible than ever before. Health professionals who treat them also have a much better understanding of the complexity of this disease, and treatments are proving successful.
Special notebook on the 100 years of insulin
Since the end of 2019, we have been publishing a special report in Plein Soleil magazine to highlight the importance of the 100th anniversary of insulin.
2021 : The 100th anniversary of insulin
In 1921, one of the greatest discoveries in the history of medicine was made: the discovery of insulin by a team of Canadian researchers at the University of Toronto. One hundred years later, we pay tribute to Frederick Grant Banting, John James Richard Macleod, Charles Herbert Best, and James Bertram Collip.