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https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/...

Meter makers and related items may "go away" if it works reasonably well. As it is a printable item, they could be made on high-speed printers or even printing presses for volume. How you would DIY at home is not yet explained.
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Would be very interested in the level of accuracy from these devices!
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Would be very interested in the level of accuracy from these devices!

I thought the same thing. Be interesting to see if they make it to market. Also, how fast the clones come out.
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Seems as though saliva could be influenced by whatever was in the mouth - sugars dissolve in
water-based liquids rather easily.

Howie52
Just appears to be easily incorrect.
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I'm not scientist, but I'm guessing that when they start conducting tests prior to getting approval, they will have to show that it is as reliable as a blood test, which means they would have to do both tests at the same time.
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