Can cross-industry partnerships help continuous glucose monitoring to prevent type 2 diabetes?

The number of diabetics is growing rapidly on the global level due to the rising population and proliferation of unhealthy habits epitomized by more sedentary lifestyles and diets rich in calories and poor in nutrients – according to the World Health Organization, the global prevalence of diabete...

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