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      Barrie Smith
      Barrie Smith
      Animal Insulin is still Available on NHS prescription , both Pork and Bovine , under CP label now owned by Wockhardt an Indian company , I am still using PZI , Isophane , and Neutral , you may have to go to PALS or the local CCG , they may tell you it is not available but that is Novo propaganda ,, you will have to be very forcefull IT IS Available .
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