As we noted just yesterday we aren’t thrilled with OneDrop’s marketing tactics. While OneDrop may use self-reported data combined with fuzzy math to come up with these outrageous claims their product does work and is FDA approved (the meter anyway). And while we don’t agree with what they define as a study there is enough empirical evidence to indicate that patients using the OneDrop system are benefiting from it.
Our problem with OneDrop isn’t that meter does not work, it does. Our problem isn’t that coaching and providing advice to patients doesn’t work . . .
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