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The Race For The Non-Invasive Sensor

I'm sure you've heard about the non-invasive blood glucose sensors that everyone in the diabetic meter business is talking about; it is, after all, big news. The ability to take accurate glucose readings without the traditional finger-stick would be a blessing to people with diabetes. The estimated $500 million prize going to the inventor of such a device would be a blessing to whichever company produces the first one. The obstacles involved, however, insure that whoever wins it will have to work long and hard.

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Building Leased for Manufacturing Non-Invasive Sensors

INDIANA, PA. - September 2, 1992 - Biocontrol Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:BICO) announced today that it has entered into a lease agreement with the Indiana County Board of Commissioners within the Indiana County Commerce Center for 22,500 square feet for the purpose of manufacturing their non-invasive glucose sensor.

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