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06-23-2020 | ADA 2020 | Podcast | Article

Expert commentary: Closed-loop insulin delivery research update

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Following the wealth of artificial pancreas research presented at this year’s ADA Scientific Sessions, Rayhan Lal (Stanford University, California, USA) reflects on the current status of the field, and suggests where researchers and manufacturers should now be placing their focus for the greatest benefit of people with diabetes.

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Rayhan Lal

Rayhan Lal is a pediatric and adult endocrinologist at Stanford Medicine, specializing in the application of diabetes technology. Disclosures


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