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CeQur Simplicity™, a Wearable Mealtime Insulin Delivery Device, Obtains FDA-Clearance for 4 Days of Wear to Further Simplify Diabetes Management

The CeQur Simplicity patch is now FDA-cleared for up to 4 days of wear. Each patch replaces up to 12 injections further simplifying mealtime insulin management.

We’re excited to announce the FDA’s recent 510(k) clearance of CeQur Simplicity for an extended wear duration from 3 to 4 days. This update marks an advancement in mealtime insulin management to the longest wearable insulin delivery patch, providing people with diabetes discretion, additional convenience, and injection-free dosing.

A pivotal analysis of over 26,000 people with Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) on Multiple Daily Injections (MDI) from the IQVIA database indicated that only 21.3% achieved the ADA-recommended A1C goal of less than 7%.i This study represents a large portion of insulin users and >90% of people with T2D on multiple daily injections who are still using pens or syringes. This data also underscores the need for more effective insulin delivery solutions like CeQur Simplicity, which now, with its extended 4-day wear time, aims to improve dosing adherence and simplify diabetes management even further.

The new 4-day clearance for CeQur Simplicity represents a significant improvement, increasing the device’s wear time by 33% and reducing the number of applications. Each patch now replaces up to 12 mealtime injections, equating to over 1000 less injections annually, offering a substantial benefit for individuals managing diabetes.

This extended wear time underscores CeQur’s commitment to improving the lives of those managing diabetes, offering more freedom and flexibility. CeQur Simplicity, with the promise of “Mealtime Insulin, Simplified,” provides a discreet and easy-to-use solution for those seeking an alternative to traditional mealtime insulin injections. With this clearance, CeQur Simplicity sets itself apart as a unique, bolus-only insulin therapy, promoting better adherence and an enhanced quality of life. Recent real-world studies have demonstrated 94% patient satisfaction and an average A1C reduction of 1.29%.ii, iii

We are excited to share that there are now ~5000 people with diabetes using CeQur Simplicity for their mealtime insulin delivery,” said Bradley Paddock, President and CEO at CeQur. “With the 4-day clearance, we hope to make it even easier for people with diabetes to take their mealtime insulin.”

This extension is built on the success of the initial launch and the positive reception from users who have experienced the benefits of the 3-day wear patch. In response to growing demand, CeQur has successfully increased its manufacturing capacity with a fully automated manufacturing line to support 100,000 patients and is increasing the size of its sales force, ensuring wider accessibility and support for the diabetes community.

“Our Market Access team has been working diligently, and as a result of their activities, nearly 70% of commercial lives are on formulary coverage and more are being added regularly,” Chris Arapoff, VP of Health Economics & Reimbursement, reported. The average patient’s copay is now less than $40/month.

CeQur will showcase the 4-day wear CeQur Simplicity insulin patch at the American Diabetes Association’s 84th Scientific Sessions in Orlando. Attendees are invited to Booth #1223 for demonstrations and to learn more about the impact of this innovative diabetes management solution.


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  3. Data on File at CeQur

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