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In this project I was able to find the problems and solutions of insulin during it’s early development like for example it’s first use on a diabetic or the difficulty of extracting insulin. I didn’t really provide my own design to improve upon the original but I provided some ideas of what it could be in the future and I’m pretty satisfied with my solutions. If I were to do this again in the future I work harder to find a solution to problems and make my own design showcasing solutions to a flaw or problem.
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