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In the ‘diabetes belt,’ a small town grapples with growth of the world’s largest insulin maker

04:35 EDT 15 May 2018 | STAT

The tiny town of Clayton, N.C., seems an unlikely place for the world’s largest insulin maker to manufacture drugs that fight a chronic disease affecting 30 million Americans.

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