© Reuters. Apple a day keeps glucose monitoring at bay
- Tim Cook has been spotted at the Apple (NASDAQ:) campus test-driving a device that tracks blood sugar and was connected to his Apple Watch.
- It follows a report from CNBC last month, which said the company has a team in Palo Alto working on the "holy grail" for diabetes: Non-invasive and continuous glucose monitoring.
- Current trackers on the market rely on tiny sensors that penetrate the skin.
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