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LifeScan Inc.

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Market Intel: Needle-Free Glucose Monitoring, Digital Solutions Are Game-Changers In Growing Diabetes-Monitoring Market

The global blood glucose monitoring devices market is expected to exceed $7bn by 2022, driven by the smaller, but fastest-growing continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) segment, which is expanding at double-digits. The much bigger blood glucose meter (BGM) segment, meanwhile, is facing increased competition from lower-cost manufacturers, innovative startups and tech giants like Apple that are attracting consumers with smart devices and packaged diabetes management solutions. This first of a two-part series looks more closely at the competitive landscape of the two major product segments – BGM and CGM – with insights from endocrinologists. The second part will focus on the pros and cons of using diabetes management apps and highlights the best diabetes apps.

Diabetic Care Digital Health

Deal Watch: Gilead Continues To Add To IO Armamentarium In Collaboration With Gadeta

Deal through Kite Pharma subsidiary focuses on developing gamma delta T-cell receptor therapies. Sanofi inks SHP2 cancer collaboration with Revolution, while Vical considers its strategic options.

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M&A Analysis: Dealmaking Simmers In June

Medtech M&A activity waned in June, with the market showing signs of a summer slump. Twelve acquisitions were announced and closed during the month, a dip in activity compared to the 21 deals recorded in the same period last year, and the 17 recorded in May.

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J&J Offloads LifeScan To Private Equity Firm For $2.1bn

Platinum Equity plans to acquire J&J's LifeScan business, which makes OneTouch blood glucose monitoring products, by the end of the year. J&J has been exploring strategic options for its diabetes businesses for more than a year, as revenues from the sector have declined. In October, the company announced plans to stop making the Animas Vibe and OneTouch Ping insulin pumps, and transfer patients relying on those products to Medtronic.

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