** Dec. 24, 2014 **
Happy Xmas Eve to all today. We’ve extended the run of this post to assure y’all have a proper chance to read through our comprehensive year-end review. Enjoy!
The New Year is just around the corner, so as per tradition, we’re reviewing all the things that have made 2014 a year to remember in the Diabetes World and here at the ‘Mine.
Yup, we’ve had some big moments this past…
** Dec. 24, 2014 **
The start of a new year is a time when many of us in the Diabetes Community get especially curious about what latest and greatest new tech tools we’ll be able to get our hands on soon. It’s never easy to get straight answers on this, when you’re relying on company execs, sales and PR people, and regulatory officials who can’t talk specifics or make guarantees.
But we did see a lot of exciting diabetes…
Well, we’ve all made it through another year!
Amazing that it’s almost time to turn the page on 2013 and move into 2014… With about a week left, we are about 98% sure we can say that all the big diabetes news of this year has probably materialized already.
There have been some exciting steps forward on long-awaited product developments, from FDA filings to approvals that the Diabetes Community has been anticipating. Not to mention…
The New Year is just around the corner, so as per tradition, we’re reviewing all the things that have made 2011 a year to remember in the diabetes world and here at the ‘Mine.
We’ve had some big moments in technology as the FDA finally approved some progressive stuff. There were some amazing times with our blogging compatriots IRL (that’s Internet-speak for “in real life”). And there were some milestones of us both professionally and…
It’s that time again. Another year has passed, and one can’t help wondering: was there any significant progress made in the diabetes world? I guess if you only count “progess” as steps towards a cure, that’s a difficult question to answer. For what it’s worth, here’s my own list of milestone events that occurred this year:
♦ The ACCORD study results were announced, and interpreted to sound like tight blood glucose control might kill you…Read more »