Sanofi iBGStar® Blood Glucose Monitoring System Now Available in the U.S.

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Sanofi iBGStar® Blood Glucose Monitoring System Now Available in the U.S.

- First FDA Cleared Blood Glucose Meter that Connects Directly to iPhone® and iPod touch® -
- Available at Apple® Retail Stores and Walgreens Nationwide, Online at Apple.com, Walgreens.com and through Diabetic Care Services -
- Recipient of Two Design Awards for Outstanding Product Design -

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., – May 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Sanofi US announced today that the iBGStar® Blood Glucose Monitoring System, consisting of the iBGStar® blood glucose meter and iBGStar® Diabetes Manager App, is commercially available in the U.S. iBGStar® is the first Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared blood glucose meter that directly connects to the iPhone® and iPod touch®, offering accurate blood glucose monitoring that seamlessly integrates into the lives of people with diabetes. iBGStar® is available for purchase at Apple® Retail Stores and all Walgreens stores nationwide, online at Apple.com, Walgreens.com and through Diabetic Care Services.

“Many people with diabetes today rely both on their iPhone® or iPod touch® and blood glucose monitors as important parts of their daily lives,” said Naina Sinha, MD, an in-patient diabetes attending physician and assistant professor of medicine at a leading academic medical center and university in New York City. “By combining these two essential tools, iBGStar® makes it possible to provide blood glucose tracking, monitoring and reporting together in a new way.”

About iBGStar®
When iBGStar® is directly connected to an iPhone® or iPod touch® and used with the iBGStar® Diabetes Manager App, blood glucose results are presented on the Multi-Touch display quickly after monitoring.

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