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  1. Anti Aging Systems
    Jul 11 - 2:35 am

    Telemonitoring seems amazing from the success stories. I think it’s a great thing not only for patients but for Doctors as well. I am also thinking to participate in this so that i can also manage my diabetes. Anyways, thanks a lot for sharing this….

  2. Gaspard Dakora
    Jul 15 - 4:08 pm

    Telemonitoring is indeed very important as far as getting rid of diabetes is concerned. in fact diabetes has really caused majorities a whole lot of problems and consequently it is necessary that something very important is done about it. Great content, please keep it up as I will be visiting for more information.

  3. Hey Dan,

    I was not aware that Western New York has 150,000 diabetic patients.
    Amazing to hear from you that it should be double in 2050.
    whatever, its very good initiative that WNY Beacon using telemonitoring pilot reducing and controlling
    diabetes. now a days lot of latest tech equipment are available to run that types pilot project in our health industries. And hope others states will start it soon.

  4. Alex
    Jul 30 - 4:14 am

    According to the Health Department link, Diabetes is the most rapidly growing chronic disease we have right now… I didn’t know that. This telemonitoring project sounds really promising, those success stories speak for themselves.

  5. Venessa
    Aug 16 - 2:08 am

    Diabetes is majorly a genetic problem. But the lifestyle we have now a days also calls for diabetes. Our increasing waistline is very much responsible for it. Obesity numbers are increasing day by day and so it the number of diabetic patients.

  6. Marianne Donnelly
    Nov 08 - 6:02 pm

    Diabetes is such a horrible disease and it is affecting entire families. Those numbers are staggering. That area really needs to start the education in the schools and try to combat this issue.

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