"I'm glad your Ok Tim. You would think the medical community woud have known better. This was about as stupid as drinking from the other side of the glass and not expecting backwash from the previous person."
"good news for me, all test results came back negative.
Again, I knew the risk was super super low, yet there was a risk there. To clarify those questioning. Everytime a pen is used, a super super small drop of bodily fluids can be sucked up into the…"
"Out of curiosity; if the hospital changes the pen needle, nothing should happen right? Or does injection from a pen needle occasionally reverse bodily fluids into the insulin pen reservoir?
I want to give the victims of this mistake some hope,…"
Last month, I had one of the most amazing experiences I have had with technology since I have been living with diabetes. It happened at the Focus On Technology conference organized by Children With Diabetes in Los Angeles (the first Read on! →
REALM Charter is a middle school full of amazing young people eager to learn about World Diabetes Day. Team DHF spent the day with over 300 students and taught them about the Big Blue Test and what they can do Read on! →