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What if you could "lose the lance"?

No more, Stab, Bleed, Repeat....

What if you could save $200 a month?

Significantly reduce the need for strips and lances...

What if you could simply "see" your blood sugar?

Glucose at a glance, without the lance...

Your Eyes are the Windows to Your Health

The lifestyle of individuals with Diabetes is painful and expensive.

At GlucoSight we are on a mission!  Our goal is to reduce the daily burden of diabetes by developing a pain-free, low-cost means of monitoring blood sugar.  We have a plan and the research results are very promising but there is more work to be done.

We invite you to join us in our effort by participating in our research effort by volunteering to participate in one of our data collection efforts.  With your help, we hope to bring relief to those who live with Diabetes.

 

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It is well known in medical circles that blood sugar levels effect our energy, our muscles. Even those of us who are not diabetic have had

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Would you like to help make blood-based glucose meters a thing of the past? GlucoSight is looking for individuals to participate in a our research

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If you have any questions about our research or participation in our data collection efforts, please feel free to either give us a call or

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Diabetes is not a disease, it is an epidemic.  Nothing makes this more clear than these statistics from the American Diabetes Association

  • Prevalence: In 2012, 29.1 million Americans, or 9.3% of the population, had diabetes.
    • Approximately 1.25 million American children and adults have type 1 diabetes.
  • Undiagnosed: Of the 29.1 million, 21.0 million were diagnosed, and 8.1 million were undiagnosed.
  • Prevalence in Seniors: The percentage of Americans age 65 and older remains high, at 25.9%, or 11.8 million seniors (diagnosed and undiagnosed).
  • New Cases: 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year.
  • Prediabetes: In 2012, 86 million Americans age 20 and older had prediabetes; this is up from 79 million in 2010.
  • Deaths: Diabetes remains the 7th leading cause of death in the United States in 2010, with 69,071 death certificates listing it as the underlying cause of death, and a total of 234,051 death certificates listing diabetes as an underlying or contributing cause of death.