INPUT (now merged with JDRF) is a charity which provides advocacy to increase access to technology for people with T1 diabetes.
The Nightscout Foundation exists to encourage and support the creation of open source technology projects that enhance the lives…
A round up of the current CGM sensors available on the UK market from someone with extensive user experience.
Kerri Sparling (respected US blogger who writes 'Six until me') & Dr Bill Polonsky discuss data sharing and set up some…
ADA Diabetes forecast on data sharing and CGMs.
Leaflet explanatory some of the different forms of technology available to those with Type 1 Diabetes, having side-by-side notes…
JDRF researchers at the University of Cambridge are developing a system that would manage blood glucose automatically. Watch to…
As a parent of a child with type 1 diabetes, Dr. Edward Damiano knows first hand the dangers of this disease. After nearly two…
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