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Dear Colleague:

Progressive Engineer, the online magazine and information source, has posted
a profile of Jerome Schultz, a biomedical engineer who heads the Center for
Biotechnology and Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh and has
gained a reputation for being on the cutting edge of biotechnical advances.
Most notably, he has developed a sensor that may eliminate the need for
diabetics to rely on needles for blood glucose checks.  This takes the form
of an implantable sensor consisting of a porous tube in the dermis layer of
the skin.

You can see this at http://www.ProgressiveEngineer.com/frm_pro3.htm.  Thank
you.

Tom Gibson, P.E.
Publisher