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‘tattoo’ may help diabetics track their blood sugar


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Geplaatst op 28 mei 2010 - 11:53

http://web.mit.edu/n...attoo-0528.html


People with type I diabetes must prick their fingers several times a day to test their blood sugar level. Though the pain is minor, the chore interferes with daily life.

“They never really escape it,” says Paul Barone, a postdoctoral researcher in MIT’s Department of Chemical Engineering. Barone and professor Michael Strano are working on a new type of blood glucose monitor that could not only eliminate the need for finger pricks but also offer more accurate readings

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