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Editorial Policy

The following is our editorial policy and disclosures.

  • We adhere to strict editorial independence โ€“ our opinions are our own.
  • We do not take money to advertise any products.
  • The diaTribe Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that publishes diaTribe Learn (diaTribe.org), a free online publication with actionable tips, advice, and information for people with diabetes. The information published in diaTribe Learn is not a substitute for medical advice and should not be used to make decisions that change treatment. We urge readers to consult with healthcare professionals for questions regarding their treatment and in all matters related to their health.
  • The diaTribe Foundation is funded by individual donors and the below charitable foundations and corporations. Please contact us at contact@diaTribe.org for any questions on our disclosure or click here to make a tax-deductible donation.

The diaTribe Foundation adheres to strict editorial independence. The diaTribe Learn newsletter is free to all people with diabetes, caregivers, healthcare professionals, and anyone that can benefit from it. The diaTribe Foundation received its initial funding from the Helmsley Charitable Trust and continues to receive funding from it and other charitable foundations and independent philanthropists. The diaTribe Foundation also has received funding from the following organizations in the last 24 months. 

Abbott

Adocia

Ascensia

Apple Pickers Foundation

AstraZeneca

Becton Dickinson (BD)

Beta Bionics

BigFoot Biomedical

Boehringer Ingelheim

Boston Consulting Group

BrightInsight, a Flex Company

Cellnovo

CeQur

Dexcom

Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation 

Glooko 

Helmsley Charitable Trust

Insulet

Intarcia

Johnson & Johnson/Janssen

Lexicon

Lilly

Livongo Health

MannKind

Medtronic

Merck

Novo Nordisk 

Onduo

One Drop

Profil (EU & US)

Prosciento

Qualcomm

Roche

Sanofi

Senseonics

Tandem

WellDoc

Xeris