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Loughborough-based company Nemaura has now developed a new device based on the same method for extracting glucose from interstitial fluid. The device, called SugarBEAT, could be on the market in the UK and select EU territories by the end of 2017

Loughborough-based company Nemaura has developed a device called SugarBEAT, which could be on the market in the UK and select EU territories by the end of 2017

Source  Courtesy Nemaura