The @Medtronic 670G auto-mode is completely useless to me. My endo and the diabetes educator recommended turning it off. That's what I'm doing. I have to live 3 more years with this POS.Continue Reading
Research at Massachusetts General Hospital looks increasingly like a long-term cure for type 1 diabetes, with a newly released study on Thursday showing patients have normal blood sugar levels eight years after a clinical trial.
Today JDRF and the American Diabetes Association released a joint statement on the findings of Dr. Denise Faustman’s recently published study:
On June 25, Dr. Denise Faustman presented data at the ADA’s 78th Scientific Sessions, and the information presented was published in a medical lit...
Twelve years ago, I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Through hard work and the support of my wife, family and close friends I found the strength to manage that disease. Because of a recent challenge with another autoimmune disease, my wife commented that I had forgotten how hard it was back them. Perhaps I…Continue Reading
My dream diabetes device would be a device as compact as an iPhone. It would receive BG readings wireless from small sensors embedded in my skin. The device would allow me to record all my BG readings in real time and provide graphing and analysis via an app. The app would have a scanner--may be…Continue Reading