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Here’s What Google’s Alphabet Businesses Might Look Like — the Qualcomm of Medical Tech | Re/code
Life Sciences, the two-year old health research group inside Google X, officially moved out of X and became its own standalone company under Alphabet. Andy Conrad, a cell biologist, who has led the division since 2013, will be its chief executive. On the same day, Life Sciences announced a new deal with DexCom, a San Diego, Calif. firm that builds continuous glucose monitors for diabetics. Conrad’s unit will create a cloud-based, miniaturized sensor — about the size of two pennies stacked atop one another, according to DexCom CEO Kevin Sayer. DexCom will then sell it. [ imagine it being connected to your smartphone and you quantifying your activity and meals ] [ 10% of NHS budget is spend on diabetes care, management, prevention, and probably include amputations/blindness because of unmanaged diabetes too. ]
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