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based on statistics from the american diabetes association (ada), there are approximately 30 million children and adults who are suffering from diabetes in the u.S. Alone and over 1.5 million americans diagnosed each year. Aside from that, it has also been found to be the primary cause of death accounting for nearly 70,000 americans every year.
Thus, to save these millions of people and improve their six to ten times a day picking scenario, the giant web-based browser google takes business to the next level as they venture on new therapies to improve care of people with diabetes.
According to a report from npr, diabetes is google life sciences first major target disease. It has collaborated with sanofi, a french multinational company involve in research and development, manufacturing, and marketing of pharmaceutical drugs that cover mainly seven therapeutic areas including diabetes.
Google will venture on the analytics, electronics and chip designs whereas sanofi will extend its research to produce an improved treatment regimen for both types i and ii diabetes. The joint venture aspiringly aims to develop new tools to enhance disease management and enable new interventions like indicators of health such a
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