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Richard Guy, professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Bath says patients who have had type 1 diabetes for years and really need to test themselves frequently, are desperate to find an alternative that is discreet

Richard Guy, a pharmaceutical scientist at the University of Bath, says that a light-based monitor would be the ideal way to measure glucose, since it would be truly non-invasive, discreet and very easy to use

Source  Courtesy of Richard Guy