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Franklin firm's bloodless diabetes gauge passes test

Device sits on skin to read glucose level

Echo Therapeutics' half-dollar-size, blood-sugar monitoring device. Echo Therapeutics' half-dollar-size, blood-sugar monitoring device.
By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / March 13, 2008

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A small Franklin company says it is developing a novel device that could potentially let diabetics continuously monitor their blood-sugar levels - without having to draw blood. (Full article: 647 words)

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