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Do novel diabetes technologies really lighten the load?


The long and the short of it

 
 
 
 

New diabetes technologies have come a long way but we need more automation to relieve the burden on people with diabetes – and the HCPs who care for them.

Professors Moshe Philip (Tel Aviv University, Israel) and Tadej Battelino (Ljubljana University Medical Centre, Slovenia) review the progress made so far.

Pressed for time? Click here for the short version of this presentation.

 
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