This year is the Seventh Annual D-Blog Day, started by the wonderful Gina Capone, founder of Diabetes Talkfest and moderator on JDRF’s Juvenation community site. D-Blog Day is essentially one day a year in which everyone in the DOC is encouraged to write about their experiences blogging about diabetes — as a way to increase the chatter even more, and also to include bloggers who may not necessarily identify themselves as D-bloggers but who are affected…Read more »
Hello Readers and Friends,
This has been in the making for the better part of a year: we’re very excited to announce that as of next week, Nov. 1 (also the kick-off of National Diabetes Awareness Month), DiabetesMine.com will be getting a whole new look!
Well… a very recognizable look, we hope, but a thoroughly refreshed design with emphasis on two important things:
1. Improved navigability – making it easier to find and filter through…
This weekend, at Stanford Campus in Palo Alto, CA, I’m proud to say we hosted a historical gathering of different stakeholders around innovation in diabetes… The first-ever DiabetesMine Innovation Summit gathered in one room about 60 designers, web visionaries, Pharma Marketing and R&D folks, experts from venture capital investment, innovation and regulatory experts, and passionate patient advocates.
The aim was to kick off a new era of collaboration among these various stakeholders, to begin revolutionizing…Read more »
Are you a teen with diabetes with some strong opinions about the best and worst designed tools currently on the market for managing your illness? Tell us what you think!
Note that you don’t have to be a teen, but we are encouraging input from that age group, since adults with diabetes will be well-represented next month at an exciting “meeting of the minds” we are hosting in two weeks at Stanford University: The DiabetesMine™…
The Pancreum closed loop (automated insulin + CGM + glucagon) system that won a Grand Prize in the DiabetesMine Design Challenge this year may look like a pipe dream, but designer Gil DePaula assures us it is “visionary but real.”
Have a look at the video, below, and also Gil’s company website.
“The glucagon part is definitely a futuristic concept — because there’s no predicate device for glucagon delivery with the FDA, so that’s a…Read more »