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Diabetes Device Market: Innovation Highlights Road to Growth

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Despite the slumping economy, the diabetes market continues to be a very active area, with treatment-changing products recently launched or in late-stage development. Although no industry has been able to escape the effects of the US recession, and certain segments of the diabetes market have seen a decline in sales, other areas continue to move forward. Once the economy returns to healthier levels, the overall market is expected to see a renewal of growth. Meanwhile, an expanded emphasis on emerging international markets could help offset some of the sluggish numbers in the US and parts of Europe.

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