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Who should not use insulin aspart (rDNA origin) injection?

People who do not have diabetes or those who are allergic to insulin or another ingredient in insulin aspart (rDNA origin) injection should not take insulin aspart (rDNA origin) injection. In addition, people who have liver or kidney disease, who are pregnant or may be pregnant, or who are breastfeeding need to ask their doctors if it is safe for them to use insulin aspart (rDNA origin) injection.

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