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6/16/2016 | 7:54:50 AM
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I love the use of Watson for this, self reporting is generally bad no matter the illness/disease and this seems like a way to address some of that. It seems like Watson could do a very good job of watching blood glucose, diet and exercise to help diabetics adjust daily activities.  Generally speaking though if Watson is going to not only look at the bio data and tell people when to take their insulin but it also record data and help set some new guidelines/benchmarks I think that will be well worth the time spent.  Getting cleaner data to work with should yield better treatments, hopefully automated monitoring can help us with that.  


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