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About a year ago, I started DIY “looping” with my Omnipod tubeless pump and a Dexcom G6. DIY looping basically means hacking your insulin pump with a single-board computer, such a Raspberry Pi or Riley Link, to make it communicate with an existing continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to make basal adjustments accordingly.
For this reason, many people with type 2 stand to gain as much as people with type 1 from the increased control, accuracy, and convenience insulin pumps may offer. In this article, one woman shares her experience learning to use a Medtronic insulin pump to help manage her type 2 diabetes.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has put immense pressure on both individuals with T1D, and the organizations who provide them with vital supplies and medications. While there’s no doubt that people with T1D face a more uncertain and risk-filled future as we navigate quarantine and social distancing, there have been some promising steps from several sides that have …
Diasome Pharmaceuticals announced positive results this week from a Phase 2 study of its injectable hepatocyte directed vesicle (HDV) additive for insulin in patients with type 1 diabetes. The news could prove a major step forward for therapies that aim to improve and optimize the way insulin is used and metabolized by the body. In …
The T1D Exchange Registry launched last year, and it’s begun to provide a fascinating and vital look into some of the more detailed aspects of life with type 1 diabetes. From your age of diagnosis to frequency of testing, we’ve learned more about how you’re living, working, and caring for diabetes across the country.