Bionic Pancreas Delivers Automated Care To Those With Diabetes
When people think of “wearable technology” they often envision an entertaining gadget designed to deliver general information–think FitBit or the Samsung Galaxy Gear. But one of the most important frontiers of the wearable tech space is in the medical field, and a new research project promises to deliver a much needed tool to those with type 1 diabetes: a bionic pancreas. Developed by a group comprised of researchers from Boston University and Massachusetts General Hospital, the details behind the Bionic Pancreas were published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine .
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