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Lightening the load



 
 
 
 

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.

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