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Diabetes Devices monitor and help to manage your blood sugar levels to try to stay within the target range, helping prevent complications of diabetes.

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Varying perspectives on a touchy subject, from Kerri Sparling of Six Until Me.
What a ride! This year the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) 75 th Scientific Sessions included groundbreaking clinical trial results, the latest updates on diabetes...
What this news means for the future of data integration, and what the “real magic” will be down the road.
Dexcom and Google just announced that they have joined forces to develop a next generation of continuous glucose monitors (CGM) that will be smaller and less expensive...
A new study from Dr. Doug Melton’s team provides hope for the future of stem cell treatment in diabetes. But there’s still a long way to go.
Gamechanging Xultophy (Tresiba + Victoza) also now submitted to the FDA.
What did four diabetes experts say was the most promising future innovation in diabetes?
Plus, what we learned about Companion Medical’s smart insulin pen.
Intarcia just announced exciting results for ITCA 650 , a small implanted device to treat type 2 diabetes. The tiny device is implanted under the skin just once or twice...
“There are still too many people who do not have access to a life-saving product that was discovered 95 years ago...”
$199 keychain device available for patients with Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.
His partnership with Dexcom to raise awareness for type 1 diabetes.
Five patients share their experiences with the FDA-cleared, no-prescription-needed device. What did they like and how can it be made even better?
Moving the field closer to finding a cure in humans through an innovative tissue donation program – find out how you can support this work!
Incredible presentation from CEO Derek Rapp on the state of the foundation. Plus, updates on the Bionic Pancreas and ViaCyte!
Coming to US in Spring 2017: What it is, what it isn’t, and how to get it
Data from Bluetooth-enabled meter can now be shared with other health tracking apps.
Providers and patients will now see the same data - stay tuned for IBM Watson!
The Annual TCOYD/The diaTribe Foundation Forum Celebrates its 10 th Anniversary in New Orleans
$99 device makes pump and CGM data viewable to Android smartphone users. Plus, a first look at cool pattern recognition in the Sugar.IQ app with IBM Watson