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What I’m Thankful For

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Hi! My name is Caleb Schlissel and I am 10 years old. I was diagnosed with diabetes in January of 2007 and I’m thankful for many things in my life. I am thankful for a loving family, a mother that packs my lunches and tucks me in at night, a father who works and provides […]

Registry finding 1B

In our previous post about the findings from the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry, we shared results about A1c averages and incidents of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). In the second half of this series, the findings offer insight into CGM use and how A1c numbers are controlled through insulin pump use, blood glucose monitoring, and blousing before […]

Pledge to Tell

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World Diabetes Day is here. Ever wished a loved one of yours knew of the dozens of decisions we make inside our crazy brains of mush when it comes to diabetes? Do I eat this or that, are there carbs in this snack, am I exercising later, how much should I give, when was the […]

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During college I was 350 pounds, drinking over a gallon of water a day, and getting up every twenty minutes during the night to urinate. There was no question that I had diabetes, but does a 350-pound, twenty-one-year-old have type 1 or type 2? It was decided by my doctors that at my weight I […]

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What is World Diabetes Day, you ask? The fourteenth day of November was selected as the internationally recognized World Diabetes Day by the International Diabetes Federation in 1991. Why the 14th and not another day? November 14th was selected because it celebrates the birthday of Nobel laureate Frederick Banting, who is credited with being the primary […]

Registry finding 1A

Did you know the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry offers a searchable database on Glu? You can now choose from 28 different fields to discover how you compare with more than 26,000 other people with type 1 diabetes. The T1D Exchange Clinic Registry bolsters research and development projects and programs in type 1 diabetes by helping […]

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As part of our year in review, we’re sharing some results from studies that have been done. Glu was used to query patients about injectable glucagon, as part of a study sponsored by an emerging biotech partner interested in improving usability of injectable glucagon through alternative modes of administration. In only ten days data were […]

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  On September 12, 2013, the Glu Team welcomed principal investigators and study participants of the Beacon Hill Study of the Bionic Pancreas to answer questions from the Glu Community. In this video the Glu Community asks if Novolog will be tested in the Bionic Pancreas. Ed Damiano, PhD, Principal Investigator; Steven Russell, MD, PhD, […]

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  On September 12, 2013, the Glu Team welcomed principal investigators and study participants of the Beacon Hill Study of the Bionic Pancreas to answer questions from the Glu Community. The video below discusses if there is a need for more rapid-acting insulin. Panelists Include: Ed Damiano, PhD, Principal Investigator; Steven Russell, MD, PhD, Principal Investigator; Mick Davison, […]

The Big Blue Test

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Since 2010, over 40,000 people helped themselves while helping more than 10,000 others. Most participants in the Big Blue Test experience an average blood sugar drop of 20% and with every Big Blue Test result, a donation is made by the program sponsor to help others around the world with diabetes in need. The Big […]