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This app aims to let you test blood sugar without giving any blood

Testing Your Blood Glucose Level Usually Needs At Least A Drop Of Blood. *** But A New Method Could Mean Users Don't Have To Give Any Blood At All. *** There’s A New App That Asks You To Place A Fingertip Over Your Phone’s Camera. *** It Then Takes Close-Up Images And Shows Information About Your Blood Flow. *** This Data Is Sent To The Cloud For Analysis And To Give Feedback On Vital Signs. *** Epic Health, The Firm Behind The New Method, Said It’s Currently In Clinical Trials. *** But The App Could Be Available To Download, Free Of Charge, Sometime In Q4 2017. *** Epic Health Then Wants To Launch A Clinically Validated Diabetes Product In 2018. *** The Product Will Be Based On Existing Technology, Like Heart-Rate Checking Apps. *** It Will Use The Optical Sensor Of Your Phone To Non-Invasively Gather Data.

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