How we work in the area of diabetes

We recognize our responsibility to foster sustainable change, not only by ensuring fair and accessible availability of diabetes medications but also by implementing initiatives that enhance and fortify healthcare ecosystems dedicated to managing this condition, particularly in low and middle income countries.

More than a century of treating people with diabetes

Since launching our first diabetes treatment over 100 years ago, we’ve been at the forefront of diabetes management, including the manufacturing of insulin.

Discover our Insulin Campus in Frankfurt, Germany, one of the largest insulin production sites in the world. 

Did you know? Our ambition

 40 countries

will receive treatments under the Impact name.

 30 products

will be part of our product portfolio, hereunder insulin.

 500 million

sterile units of insulin will still be manufactured by Sanofi each year.

Resources for healthcare professionals

Stay up-to-date on a selection of current resources within the therapeutic area of diabetes.

Inspiration for your clinical practice

What can you do to help people with Diabetes Type 2 continue their treatment?

Watch Dr. Stewart Harris and Dr. Frank Snoek discuss their views on reducing the discontinuation of insulin for patients with Type 2 diabetes.

Creating Sustainable Impact with Local Partners: Action4Diabetes

Read about our partnership with Action4Diabetes (A4D) to improve the lives of people living with Type 1 diabetes in Cambodia, Lao, and Myanmar.

See our Impact products

Discover our Impact products for treating diabetes and other non-communicable diseases.

Resources for diabetes patients

It is easy to feel alone with the challenges of diabetes. Knowing how diabetes and the body works and getting support from family, friends and a medical support team is essential to help manage Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.

Explore our selection of resources for patients and caregivers.

Insulin Myths & Facts

Learn the facts about insulin to dispel the myths.

Finding the appropriate dose for new insulin users

There is often a need to adjust insulin dosages at the beginning of treatment as well as throughout treatment, depending on patients' sugar levels. This resource outlines the process.

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Find answers to the most common questions in our FAQ. Maybe your question has already been asked. If you don't find your answer, you're always welcome to contact us.

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DOP: October 2023