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Emerging Diabetes Technology Driven By Patient Demands

Executive Summary

Integration has become a key driver in the development of a new wave of diabetes tools that have either recently hit the market or will become available in the next few years. Many diabetics, who have a great deal of influence on the success or failure of products in this space, are seeking devices that work seamlessly with the smart phones and cellular technology that are so prevalent today. A number of start-up companies are poised to compete with the bigger diabetes manufacturers as the market continues to evolve.

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