I'm not starting a discussion of whether or not "brittle" or labile diabetes exists. Some have argued that with all the technology available to monitor BG, variability in BG among diabetics can be virtually controlled, and I have argued that it's a little like saying if you live in a high crime area, but wear body armour and carry a loaded weapon, your chances of becoming a crime victim are low.
True, but aren't the dangers still there? Aren't the CGMs just continuously doing what most diabetics don't have the time, or thick skin for?
Could it be perhaps that artificial insulin is a little like fuel? You have your unleaded regular, premium blend, and jet and rocket fuel? Plus, instead of having standardized combustion engines, we have different, individual physiologies...or "us?" I'd like to hear other comments.