The hair-thin implant that could end finger-prick blood tests

Article published by The Mail On Sunday: An implant that could save diabetic patients from the discomfort of regular blood tests has been unveiled by scientists at the Consumer Electronics Show. The biosensor, a few millimetres long and thinner than a human hair, is made from a ‘smart’ gel which contains hundreds of microscopic pores. Once injected beneath the skin, it meshes with the body’s tissues and cannot be seen or felt […]

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