At Medtronic, we are committed to making the best technologies possible to support people living with diabetes. But the ultimate goal is a cure, which is why Medtronic and our employees support organizations like JDRF and the American Diabetes Association. While attending several local events each year, we’d like to highlight two upcoming
One of my favorite people is Dr. Francine Kaufman, our Chief Medical Officer. With a long and inspiring career as a world-leading pediatric endocrinologist, researcher, author and humanitarian, she is a powerful thought leader and tireless advocate for people with diabetes. Next week, she’ll attend the 78th American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions
This weekend, physicians, researchers, diabetes companies and non-profits from all over the world come together for the American Diabetes Association 77th Scientific Sessions. It’s the biggest gathering of the diabetes scientific community all year. But what does it mean for you, someone living with and doing your best to manage your diabetes each day?
Between trick-or-treating, parties, and festivals, Halloween can one big sugar rush, but it doesn’t have to be. Your child with diabetes can enjoy Halloween treats in moderation, but keep in mind there’s more to October 31 than sweets. Here are 9 tips for celebrating the spooky holiday without sending glucose levels soaring. 1. Plan
You may know Medtronic as your trusted partner in diabetes devices, like an insulin pump and CGM systems, but we aspire to be – and do – much more. We are moving beyond pumps and sensors and broadening our strategy to be a more holistic diabetes company that meets more of your needs and