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Does Residual C-Peptide prevent complications? I know pork insulin in the beginning had C-Peptides in it and that C-Peptides are now removed, via the manufacturing process, from human insulin. If C-Peptides were not removed from the insulin would this mean less complications? Can C-Peptides be replaced through injection, either added to the insulin again or separately? Would injected C-Peptide have a protective effect? Or would C-Peptide have to be produced by the human body to have the protective effect? If anybody has any info., please respond.