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April 30th, 2007
A new nano-insulin delivery pump for worry-free treatment for diabetics.
Nanotechnology is quite a gleeful field. It simply reduces the size of molecules or your laptop, your palmtop, your MP3 player and now even your insulin pump.
In what may be a sizeable breakthrough in medical technology (and quite a relief for diabetics), medical device company Debiotech and Switzerland-based STMicroelectronics have entered into a strategic cooperation agreement to manufacture and deliver the award-winning miniaturised insulin-delivery pump.
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