Blood glucose meters and strips are viewed as part of the entry into the lucrative diabetes market. nd attract this important customer base. Statistics are encouraging pharmacists to give special attention to the care and management of the diabetes patient, who spends $2,500 a year on diabetes-related products. Patients with diabetes are said to be loyal customers, and spend eight times more than the average customer. It costs $92 billion a year to manage and treat the disease. But when it ...

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