Congrats again to the winners of our 2014 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Scholarship Contest, announced earlier this summer! Over the next weeks, we’ll be featuring an interview with each of them — all leading up to the 2014 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit set for Nov. 21 at Stanford University. That’s our signature invite-only event bringing together patient voices with industry, regulatory, clinical and D-technology leaders. All in the name of fueling innovation, especially in these times of…Read more »
D-Mom Jennifer Schneider reviews the Dexcom G4 continuous glucose monitor (CGM) — from the perspective of the mother of a young teenager with diabetes.
REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -
easy to use
alarms can be annoying, and should be more customizable
adhesive generally won’t stay on for the full seven days of wear
Tell us what you think!
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Thanks again to Jon Carter, who’s got some serious cartooning talent and we’re always pleased to welcome here to the ‘Mine, on top of his 20+ years drawing for numerous newspapers, print and online publications and corporate clients.
Early this week, we brought you the story of a D-Momma who wrote a book about her son’s type 1 diagnosis as an infant, and how she sees the diabetes world now, 20 years on. (Note: today’s the last day to enter that book giveaway!).
We’re excited today to introduce you to another type 1 who was diagnosed at just 14 months in the late 80s, and who wrote a book of her own a…
The summer months are quickly rolling by and we’re done with another July. And boy — has this been a busy one in the Diabetes Online Community (DOC)!
Hot summer topics range from new doings at the big CWD Friends For Life conference in Florida, to major changes in national leadership, to a beauty queen with diabetes, to new patient-led advocacy initiatives and some surprising new angles on living with D.
Here’s a roundup of…