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Independence Day Coming: FDA Gives OK To OneTouch To Send Blood Glucose Results Wireless To iPhone, iPad or iPod

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News We Can Use, March 4 via PRNewsWire 

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— LifeScan, Inc. announced today that the OneTouch® Verio®Sync Blood Glucose Monitoring System has received clearance from the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA). It is the first meter to automatically send blood glucose results wirelessly via Bluetooth technology to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using the OneTouch® Reveal™ mobile app.

“For so many people, their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch have become a tool of choice to help organize and take charge of their daily lives,” said Ty Lee , Vice President of Marketing, representing the products of LifeScan, Inc. & Animas Corp. “For people with diabetes, the new OneTouch® Verio®Sync System will enable them to use their iOS device to view and share their blood glucose results wirelessly, in much the same way they rely on them in other areas of their lives.”

Through the OneTouch® Reveal™ mobile app, users will be able to view a variety of personalized information directly on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch including a 14-day summary of blood sugar test results, simple visuals showing the percentage of test results within target range, and then share that information via email or text with their care providers, family or friends.

People with diabetes interested in learning more are encouraged to visit www.OneTouch.com where they can sign up to receive email updates on availability and special introductory offers for the OneTouch® Verio®Sync System.

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Author: werthecure01

Diabetes doesn't define me; it inspires me to define the future for individuals living with autoimmune diseases like Type 1 diabetes. -- Mike Anderson, diagnosed 1998.

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