Silicon Valley Looks for Non-Invasive Way to Monitor Blood Sugar

Many life sciences companies have tried to develop sensors that can monitor blood sugar without drawing blood, but so far none has succeeded. Now, Silicon Valley is taking on the challenge, with Apple looking to solve the problem. The company has a team of about 30 people in an office in Palo Alto working on a project that seems to be designed to bring blood sugar tracking to its devices. If blood glucose monitoring could be as simple and painless and checking the Apple Watch, it would be a revolution in monitoring for the millions of Americans with type 2 diabetes. Read more

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