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Members of the "Apprezist" team with their device, the Pengueeni, used to reduce apprehension and fear in pediatric diabetes patients. The device uses existing finger-lancing tools, but covers them with a child-friendly penguin mold that also vibrates to reduce pain.  
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Members of the "Apprezist" team with their device, the Pengueeni, used to reduce apprehension and fear in pediatric diabetes patients. The device uses existing finger-lancing tools, but covers them with a child-friendly penguin mold that also vibrates to reduce pain.

Photo Date: 03/13/12


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