For three decades, financial planner Sharon Ho, 37, would prick her finger up to six times a day in order to check that her blood sugar is well controlled.
The regular monitoring is necessary as she has Type 1 diabetes, which means that her body does not produce insulin, which is needed to control blood sugar.
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