EOFlow announced today that it plans to invest $7.7 billion (9.9 billion Korean Won) in its wholly-owned Pharmeo subsidiary. The investment aims to advance R&D and commercialization of non-insulin drugs with EOFlow’s wearable drug delivery system. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business News.
The year ahead in diabetes care: what to expect in 2023
After a banner year for diabetes technology in 2022, there’s still plenty to look forward to in 2023. Throughout 2022, we saw a wide range of advancements in diabetes technology. We saw launches for next-generation technologies, exciting clinical trial results, rumored spinouts and acquisitions and more. You can read all about the biggest diabetes stories […]
Diabeloop, EOFlow partner on wearable automated insulin delivery in Europe
Diabeloop and EOFlow announced that they partnered to offer the latter’s EOPatch system with automated insulin delivery in Europe. This partnership combines the EOPatch, a third-party continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and Diabeloop’s automated insulin delivery algorithm. They all integrate into Diabeloop’s currently under-development smartphone app. Paris-based Diabeloop said in a news release that they also […]
EOFlow wins breakthrough status for wearable closed-loop insulin delivery tech
Korean medtech company EOFlow said last week that it won breakthrough status from the FDA for its closed-loop automated insulin delivery system for people with Type 1 diabetes. The EOPancreas system features a wearable patch, continuous glucose monitoring systems and a closed-loop blood glucose control algorithm. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business […]