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Education and Information Archive

One Mom and Son Adjust to Having Matching Insulin Pumps

Today, we’d like to introduce you to our Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador, Katie, whose son was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Katie knew immediately how she wanted to proceed with her son’s therapy. Today, she shares that experience with us. There I was, standing in the bathroom at a sports complex staring at my

Announcing the New and Improved Guardian Connect CGM System!

  The Guardian Connect system is a continuous glucose monitor (CGM), for people on multiple daily injections, that tracks glucose levels day and night and alerts of highs or lows before they happen. We’re excited to announce FDA approval for a new version of the Guardian Connect system! Available summer 2020, this new version

The New Diabetes.Shop Makes It Easier to Order and Track Your Diabetes Supplies

We’re excited to announce the launch of the all-new Diabetes.Shop, a mobile-friendly website that makes managing your diabetes supplies with Medtronic easy and personalized. You spoke, and we listened. Our team spent months collecting customer feedback to re-envision the Diabetes.Shop experience – to give you clarity and peace of mind when ordering and tracking

A Message From Our President

Hi everyone, my name is Sean Salmon. I’m the new President of the Medtronic Diabetes business. As I’ve come into this role, I’ve spent much of my time listening to countless people in the community who live with diabetes or care for someone who has the disease and it’s been incredibly insightful to learn

Understanding Your Health Insurance Deductible

The start of the new year can be a confusing time when it comes to health insurance coverage and medical costs, particularly if you or dependents have diabetes. Perhaps you made some changes during open enrollment, or your options for healthcare providers and/or coverage were different. The beginning of the year is also when