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Editorial Policy

Here's our editorial policy, our policy on sponsorship and advertising, and our disclosures.

  1. We adhere to strict editorial independence - our opinions are our own.

  2. We do not take money to advertise any products.

  3. The diaTribe Foundation is a nonprofit organization that publishes diaTribe, a free online publication about diabetes research and products. The information published in diaTribe is not a substitute for medical advice and should not be used to make decisions that change treatment. We urge readers to consult with professional healthcare providers for questions regarding their treatment and in all matters related to their health.

  4. The diaTribe Foundation is funded in part by the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust and other donations. For any questions on our disclosure or how to donate, please contact us.

The diaTribe Foundation adheres to strict editorial independence and accepts no advertising. Its newsletter at www.diaTribe.org is free to all patients and families and healthcare providers and anyone that can benefit from it. The diaTribe Foundation received its initial funding from the Helmsley Charitable Trust and continues to receive a meaningful part of its funding from them and other charitable foundations and independent philanthropists. The diaTribe Foundation has also received funding from the following organizations in the last 24 months. The diaTribe Foundation keeps updated disclosures at diaTribe.org.

Abbott
AstraZeneca
Bayer
Becton Dickinson
Big Foot Biomedical
Biodel
CeQur
Dexcom
GI Dynamics
Glooko
Insulet
Intarcia
Johnson & Johnson/Janssen
Lilly/Boehringer Ingelheim Alliance
Livongo Health
Lyfebulb
MannKind
McKinsey
Medtronic
Merck
Novo Nordisk
NuSirt
Orexigen
Pfizer
Profil Institute (US)
Roche
Sanofi
Tandem
Valeritas
Zealand Pharma A/S