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Artificial pancreas improves type 1 diabetes management; tiny bleeds in brain associated with disability; oral injection delivery

October 29, 2019 Edition

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Artificial pancreas improves type 1 diabetes management

An artificial pancreas system improved blood glucose control throughout the day and overnight for people with type 1 diabetes.


Microbleeds in brain

Tiny bleeds associated with disability after brain injury

People who had traumatic microbleeds that could be seen on MRI scans were twice as likely to experience disability after a traumatic brain injury.


LUMI device

Scientists design device for oral delivery of injections

Scientists designed a capsule that, when taken by mouth, can deliver drugs through microneedle injections to the small intestine.


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