Diabetes research gets closer to devices that mimic a pancreas

04/9/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

New medical research and engineering have made advances toward creating implantable devices that monitor blood-sugar levels and act as a pancreas for patients with diabetes, including Medtronic's insulin pump that stops pumping insulin when glucose levels become low and Animas' combined insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor.

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