Abbott Meets UK Claim On OTC Glucose Test Time But Misses On Finger Prick
The firm substantiated the test quickly produces glucose readings for users, but misled consumers by explaining the finger-prick part of the process on an FAQ page accessible with multiple clicks past the brand's website homepage. FreeStyle Libre features a sensor that attaches to skin on the back of the arm and a wireless device that reads information from the sensors.
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