Artificial pancreas hope for children with diabetes

Scientists in Cambridge have shown that an “artificial pancreas” can be used to regulate blood sugar in children with Type 1 diabetes. A trial found that combining a “real time” sensor measuring glucose levels with a pump that delivers insulin can boost overnight blood sugar control. The Lancet study showed the device significantly cut the risk of blood sugar levels dropping dangerously low.

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