FAIR LAWN, N.J. -- A one-step glucose test invented by a Fair Lawn researcher was approved by the FDA, reports northjersey.com.
Zvi Loewy, a molecular biologist and former pharmaceutical executive, devised a user-friendly, all-in-one device, reports northjersey.com.
Loewy's patents were acquired by a California firm that will bring the Pogo Automatic Glucose Tester to market, reports northjersey.com.
Self-monitoring is more uncomfortable than insulin shots and researchers indicated this new device could get more patients to follow doctors' recommendations, northjersey.com..
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