NBC News 2014.06.16 14:35
By Maggie Fox
A "bionic pancreas" that uses a smart phone, glucose monitor and insulin
pump to automatically control blood sugar levels helped more than two dozen
people live free of finger pricks and other troublesome reminders of
diabetes, researchers reported Sunday.
And the system controlled their blood sugar levels far better than they
could have done on their own, the researchers told a meeting of the
American Diabetes Association.
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