Google begins testing of "smart contact lens" for diabetes patients

Google announced Thursday that it is testing a prototype of its "smart contact lens" designed to provide readings of glucose levels in the tears. The lens, equipped with an antenna and tiny chips, has the potential to replace the finger prick test in diabetes patients, the company said.

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