MIT Researchers Prove Noninvasive Spectroscopy Could Be an Alternative to Needle Pricks for Diabetics

Raman spectroscopy for diabetes
Raman spectroscopy can measure blood glucose levels noninvasively by shining near-infrared light through the skin and measuring the chemical composition of the tissue below. (Image credit: Jeon Woong Kang, MIT)
People with diabetes need to endure painful needle pricks several times a day to check their blood sugar levels. However, studies have shown that more than half of patients don’t […]