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INDIANAPOLIS — Continuous glucose monitoring has evolved to allow for an increasingly improved experience for the patient with diabetes, and with a few simple steps, any frustration with the devices can be avoided, according to a speaker here.Speaking at the American Association of Diabetes Educators annual meeting, Adam Brown, head of diabetes technology and digital health for Close Concerns, a health care information firm, said that, like all technology that came before it, continuous glucose monitoring, or CGM, had its drawbacks when the first-generation devices found their way into the hands of early adopters.
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