Monthly Archive: October 2013

Medtronic And Lilly Join As National Sponsors Of The JDRF Walk To Cure Diabetes

Today, I'm proud to announce that Medtronic is partnering with Lilly Diabetes to serve as the national presenting sponsors of the 2014 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes events! As the national presenting sponsors, Medtronic and Lilly will host educational booths at select local events and will work with our employees to form Walk teams

One Spooky Diagnosis Story

On Halloween, third grader Kelly Kunik anticipated dressing up, trick-or-treating, and eating candy with her friends. Instead, she was learning about insulin and what a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes would mean for the future of her childhood. Kelly now wears a MiniMed pump and serves as a blogger and diabetes advocate. We are

In Case You Missed It: California Ruling On Access To Insulin For Students

Recently, our News to Infuse newsletter team sat down with Dr. Francine Kaufman to discuss a California Supreme Court ruling that trained non-licensed school personnel can assist California's students in administering insulin if needed. Because this issue is so important, and because the ruling impacts the daily care of more than 10,000 students living

A Thirty Year Journey With Medtronic

I've met a lot of people with diabetes, and Cindy Tenney is one that stands out as one of the most fascinating. She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 13 and has lived a full life with diabetes. When it comes to diabetes technology, she's seen it all as she

Explaining Active Insulin

True or false? Active insulin is a type of insulin that is out-going, heavily involved in sports and enjoys outdoor activities. False, it's actually an interesting and really important insulin pump feature included in the Bolus Wizard feature of our insulin pumps!