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Implanted Sugar Sensor Beats Finger Pricks
Can halve time diabetics spend with dangerous blood glucose levels


By Gabe Romain, Betterhumans Staff
3/4/2004

The first study of an implantable sensor's impact on blood sugar levels has found that it can nearly halve the time diabetics spend in potentially dangerous conditions.

The study, by researchers at the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes in Denver, Colorado shows that an implantable glucose sensor can substantially reduce the amount of time people with type 1 diabetes spend with blood sugar levels that are too high or too low..................
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