Wednesday, 23 November 2016

How diabetics are hacking their health, because traditional systems have failed them

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#WeAreNotWaiting: Diabetics are hacking their health, because traditional systems have failed them

Diabetics have been waiting for years for better technology to manage their condition. Some got tired of waiting and hacked together an open source hardware and software solution. This is their story.

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