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Animas Issues Warning for OneTouch Ping Insulin Pump Users

Yesterday, Animas Corporation, a subsidiary company of Johnson & Johnson, issued a very important warning for those who use their OneTouch Ping insulin pump device. The Animas OneTouch Ping insulin pump’s most sellable features is the ability  the ability to “talk” with a remote controller through radio frequency. This ability allows the user to see […]
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