New ways of monitoring glucose range from lasers to tears


Poking your finger every day may soon become a thing of the past for diabetics as there are a number of devices that can monitor your blood glucose levels continuously with just one prick, or even none at all. — TNS

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You do not even have to prick your finger to test your blood with these continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) methods.

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