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Medtronic’s Commitment to the JDRF

Recently our own Greg Meehan, Vice President and General Manager of Continuous Glucose Management and Hospital Products for the Diabetes business unit, joined the board of directors of the Los Angeles Chapter of the JDRF. Today, he discusses his personal passion for helping others as well our commitment to the JDRF and the diabetes

Living Long With Diabetes

Last week, the Associated Press ran an article about 90-year-old Bob Krause, who recently celebrated his 85th anniversary with type 1 diabetes. That's right, his 85th anniversary! To put it in perspective, the year Bob was born, Frederick Banting and John Macleod had just discovered insulin.

ADA Announces New Research Grant for Diabetes Technology

Today, the American Diabetes Association and Medtronic together announced that we're offering new research grants for diabetes technology. Essentially, we're accepting applications from medical researchers to study the data from our CareLink? database to learn more about the impact of diabetes management tools on clinical outcomes, compliance and use of diabetes devices ? as

Tour de Cure: Medtronic Team Bikes To Support ADA

Today, we hear from our very own Jenny Simonson, an Associate Product Specialist who recently rode with the Medtronic team in the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Tour de Cure in Long Beach, Ca. The bike ride is just one of many events in which Medtronic employees participate to raise funds for non-profit organizations like

To our Valued Customers Recently Affected by the Tornadoes

As you know, Alabama and other southern states were recently devastated by what is being called one of the worst tornado outbreaks in U.S. history. Nothing can quite prepare us for the effects that a natural disaster such as this will have on us. In the past year alone our world has seen its