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Emma Young

Emma Young is a health and science writer based in Sheffield

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    Non-invasive glucose monitoring for diabetes: five strategies under developmentSubscription

    12 OCT 2017

    People with diabetes must regularly check their blood glucose levels to know how much medication to use, or to keep track of fluctuating levels. This monitoring is generally done at home using a finger prick blood test. Although accurate, this test can be messy and inconvenient, and there are concerns that many patients are not testing themselves as frequently as they should. A simple, pain-free, non-invasive method would mark a major improvement in diabetes care. Various companies and resear

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