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New Acetone Breathalyzer May Replace Blood Glucose Testing for Managing Diabetes

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New Acetone Breathalyzer May Replace Blood Glucose Testing for Managing Diabetes

Having the ability to check glucose levels without taking a blood sample would transform diabetes care and improve the lives of people living with the disease. One way of doing this is to measure the concentration of acetone in exhaled breath, which is a biomarker that indicates how much glucose is in the person’s blood. Researchers at Western New England University have developed a unique technology that may finally make this possible in a portable and affordable device.

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