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Posted: Wed 29 Aug 2018 @ 10:52 by Helen Gilbertson

The York Diabetes Team have recently implanted 3 Eversense CGM sensors provided free by the manufacturer as part of a training package for the medical staff at York Hospital.  The manufacturer will make available 3-6 additional free sensors to facilitate more staff receiving the training to insert these sensors.  The Eversense CGM implanted sensors last six months.  You can read more information by using the link below:

 If you are interested in discussing further, please get in touch.

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