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Biocontrol Technology to Give Away Its First Non-Invasive Glucose Sensor

Jan 1, 1994

Biocontrol Technology Inc. of Pennsylvania will give away its first non-invasive blood glucose sensor to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF) for a charity auction. The sensor will be awarded to the highest bidder, with all proceeds going to the JDF. Biocontrol Technology plans to file a 510K application with the Food and Drug Administration soon, and hopes the new sensor will be available in the Spring of 1994.

[Advisory Board-I feel that this article prematurely excites the public, as they did at the IDF/ADA meeting in Washington, DC several years ago. I'll believe it when I see it.-Steve Edelman, MD]


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