Biohackers Aim To Make Homebrew Insulin, But Don’t Try It Yet

Biohackers Aim To Make Homebrew Insulin, But Don’t Try It Yet

By Miriam E. Tucker

Insulin can be expensive even with insurance, and millions of people need it to stay alive. Proponents of the biohacking movement say it should be possible to make it safely and cheaply.

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