I watched the commercial online. Within the first 30 seconds, he says you can test on your arms. All new meters can do the same. I know nothing about the company, CCS, that he is promoting.
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Report This| Share this:prickless blood sugar tester<b>I watched the commercial online. Within the first 30 seconds, he says you can test on your arms. All new meters can do the same. I know nothing about the company, CCS, that he is promoting.</b><br /><b></b> <br /><b>DMH</b>
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