Apple developing diabetes sensors

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Apple developing diabetes sensors

Apple is reportedly working on sensors designed to monitor blood sugar levels through contact with the skin, according to an article from CNBC.

The article alleges that Apple has been working on the sensors for at least five years and recently hired a small team of biomedical engineers to work on the project, which was originally conceived by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

The article notes how such a breakthrough would be regarded as a ‘holy grail’ for life sciences; many companies have tried to develop an alternative to invasive sugar blood tests in the past but all have failed so far.



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