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Nearly 30,000 Type 1 diabetics receive life-changing monitor

The device (£2 coin sized is worn on the arm) means people with Type 1 diabetes do not have to carry out painful finger-prick checks to monitor their blood sugar levels.

People can monitor their blood sugar levels in a much more convenient way, making it easier to manage their blood sugar levels.

People with Type 1 diabetes who have low blood sugar levels are at risk of hypoglycaemia, which can involve seizures and a loss of consciousness.

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