Pinprick No More? Glowing Beads Could Monitor Blood Sugar for Diabetes

Peter Kasenenko has lived with diabetes for more than 30 years. In this time, he has learned to keep his blood sugar tightly controlled -- but it hasn't always been a simple proposition. Nor has it been a painless one. Most of the more than 200 million people with diabetes worldwide prick their fingers several times a day to monitor blood sugar. For these people, the pancreas cannot perform the delicate balancing act needed to maintain normal blood sugar and thus prevent complications in the...Full Story
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