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A Number You Can Count On: Strategies for Selecting the Right Blood Glucose Meter

By Gary Scheiner MS, CDE and Alicia Downs RN, BSN, CDE We live in a remarkable time of technological growth and change! You can get movies on your phone, a phone on your watch, and a watch that monitors your blood sugar (among other things). Technology has become so much a part of our lives […]
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