The payoff would be huge if Apple or Alphabet solved this 'really tough' diabetes problem
A string of life sciences companies have attempted to develop sensors that can monitor blood sugar without drawing blood. Thus far, all of these efforts have failed. Now, it's Silicon Valley's turn. Apple is the latest to throw its hat in the ring, CNBC reported on Wednesday. The company has a team of about 30 people in an office in Palo Alto working...