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Is there a generic version of intermediate-acting insulin?

At this time, there is no generic version of intermediate-acting insulin. In the United States, generic insulin medications are prohibited from being manufactured. It is also important to note that NPH is the active ingredient and not the generic version of intermediate-acting insulin.

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