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Google making moves to disrupt diabetes
The Mercury News

Instead of pricking a finger before each meal or injecting themselves with insulin, diabetics could one day use tiny gizmos to manage their disease — testing blood sugar levels with an Internet-connected contact lens or a coin-size skin patch that transmits glucose readings to a doctor.

That’s the vision of the co-founders of Google, who plan to tackle the global epidemic affecting hundreds of millions of people with the same technological wizardry they used to conquer the Internet.