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Selling stock has been a lifeline for Biocontrol Technology, Inc. With no revenues to speak of, it's been the only way the Indiana, Pennsylvania-based company has been able to raise the millions it's spent over the last decade developing its experimental blood monitoring machine for diabetics.
0 comments - May 1, 1996 - Not Yet Rated
Frost & Sullivan, an international high tech research firm, has released a report saying the diabetes market will soon double, surpassing $5 billion within five years. In 1994, diabetes-related products were worth $2.34 billion.
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The transplantation of pancreatic islet cells is the only known potential cure for type I diabetes, and in spite of many promising results in animal studies, it remains a highly experimental and costly operation for humans. In January 1994, DIABETES HEALTH spoke to Steven Craig, the first person to receive encapsulated islet cell transplants.
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The American Diabetes Association published its first series of Clinical Practice Recommendations in January as a supplement to the journal Diabetes Care.
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Imagine having a watch that would give you a constant reading of your blood glucose levels without having to prick your finger.
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Dr. Alan Marcus is a diabetes specialist who practices in Laguna Hills, California. He is a medical advisor to MiniMed Technologies, a spokesperson for Novo Nordisk, and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the USC School of Medicine.
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Nearly 5,000 years ago in India, the physician Susruta described a disease "brought on by gluttonous overindulgence in rice, flour, and sugar," in which urine is "like an elephant's in quantity."
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