‘Painless’ glucose monitors pushed despite little evidence they help most diabetes patients

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It’s easier to pop a device onto the arm once every two weeks than do multiple finger sticks, said Dr. Silvio Inzucchi, director of the Yale Diabetes Center. But “the price point for these devices is not justifiable for routine use for the average person with Type 2 diabetes.”

It’s easier to pop a device onto the arm once every two weeks than do multiple finger sticks, said Dr. Silvio Inzucchi, director of the Yale Diabetes Center. But “the price point for these devices is not justifiable for routine use for the average person with Type 2 diabetes.”

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