Google Developing Contact Lens to Help Diabetics

Engineers are testing a prototype built to monitor glucose levels in tears.
3:00 | 01/17/14

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New hope for diabetes manage it managing their blood diabetics excuse me managing their blood -- urged Google is developing a contact lens. That can actually monitor your glucose level in your tears. The contacts and could be available in five years. This prototype looks and feels like a regular soft contact Lynn stood inside of it we have a tiny -- and administrators group -- -- That allows us to continually monitor to your glucose levels I'm really excited about this and technology because this could. Possibly give another another way another tool for people with diabetes to to learn more about their blood glucose.

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