Since Momma Kliff told us never to gloat we won’t take too much credit for once again being right. Last week Verily, Google’s life sciences unit, halted development of their way cool whiz bang contact lenses which were supposed to measure glucose levels. Per a post on the CNBC website;
“But in a blog post on Friday, Verily said that after four years of research it has determined that detecting blood sugar in tears is a massive — and potentially insurmountable — technical and scientific undertaking.
"Our clinical work on the glucose-sensing lens demonstrated that there was insufficient consistency . . .
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