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Carnage in Less Invasive Diabetes Testing

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Plenty of start-ups have attempted to develop less-invasive systems for diabetes testing with very little success. MiniMed Inc. appears to be the farthest along; it is awaiting FDA approval for a continuous real-time blood glucose monitor which can be implanted under the skin.

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