Think of Basaglar as a New BRAND of Insulin Glargine...NOT a Generic for Lantus

Basaglar (BAY-zuh-glar) will be a new insulin hitting pharmacy shelves.

You might hear it called a "generic" for Lantus...but it's NOT.

Basaglar is similar to Lantus. Both contain 100 units/mL of long-acting insulin glargine...are usually dosed once daily...and the pens deliver up to 80 units per injection.

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