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Strange Insulin Dosage!!??

Hi guys, I've had T1D for about two and a half years now and have noticed some strange changes with my insulin. I have been taking Novorapi…

Started by Padraig

11 Aug 6
Reply by Padraig

Long time pumper, waiting for some REAL advances

I might be one of the longer pumpers on the forum (33 years since first pump, an AutoSyringe AS*6 single basal rate programmed by diluting…

Started by Yerachmiel Altman

10 Jul 22
Reply by Yerachmiel Altman

Wedding Day - Diabetes Plan

I'm excited to say that while diabetes will have it's own special place on my wedding day (15 days!) - Pump Pocket in my dress, spare meter…

Started by Anne

2 Jun 21
Reply by Marie B

Starting the process for a pump

Okay my Endo recommended starting pump therapy at the last visit and i thought long and hard for 2 months about if I was going to tansition…

Started by Vinnie

29 Jun 18
Reply by Vinnie

Does the medical team at your local ER know how to care for Type 1 patients?

My PCP sent me to the emergency room last week. I was wondering how other ERs care for Type 1 patients - especially when the apparent reaso…

Started by Marypat

81 Jun 1
Reply by nel

Question about Insurance Billing and Yearly Amount Limit.

Hi Everyone, I just recently got Anthem BCBS insurance. They have been AMAZING at paying for all of my pump supplies and Dexcom supplies. I…

Started by PumpGirl

10 May 3
Reply by rick the "Blogabetic"

Insulin Nation | The Cure is in Us

Read the full article here. 11-year-old Louis Cocco’s head was barely visible above the podium as he addressed an attentive group in a conf…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

6 Mar 26
Reply by MarinaTheBetes

Endo suggest I start pumping

So I went to the Endo today for the first time in a long time. Mainly due to insurance or lack there of I haven't been able to see an Endo…

Started by Vinnie

7 Feb 17
Reply by Vinnie

Kris Freeman Type 1 Pumper "Going for Gold" in four Cross County Events at Olympics in Sochi

Skiing an endurance event with diabetes is a challenge. But Kris Freeman's inspiring story proves anything is possible. I found out Kris an…

Started by Steve

0 Feb 11

Insulin Pen w/memory got FDA approval

Great news, there is a new insulin pen that uses half unit dosages and has a memory! I personally think I have a good memory, but this woul…

Started by Bram

6 Jan 29
Reply by Sensorium139

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Diabetes entre los hispanos: no somos todos iguales

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