Diabetes developments point to needleless management

06/8/2004 | USA Today

Innovations described at this week's meeting of the American Diabetes Association suggest that the days of having to use needles may be coming to and end for diabetics. Among products presented at the meeting were a new glucose monitor that is worn as a patch and is designed to replace the finger-stick method currently used by millions of diabetics to test their blood sugar, and a fast-acting, inhaled insulin that controls blood sugar without harming the lungs and is said to be preferred over injections and oral medications.

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