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diabetes Archive

Update on MiniMed 670G Availability

Today, I’m excited to share that we’re rolling out the MiniMed 670G system, beginning with those in the Priority Access program. But before we get into details, on behalf of the entire Medtronic team, I want to extend both my gratitude and my commitment to you. First, thank you for your enthusiasm for this

Tackling Sports and Exercise with T1D

You might remember MiniMed Ambassador, Chris, from some of his previous blogs. Today, Chris, who uses the MiniMed 530G system has some tips about exercising with an insulin pump and how to get the most out of your time playing sports. Editor’s Note: If you’ve recently transitioned to our MiniMed 670G system, note that

4 Tips to Help Avoid Diabetes Burnout

Living with diabetes is a constant battle of ups and downs. And I’m not just talking about your blood glucose levels! The emotional part of diabetes can be even more tiresome and stressful than the physical aspect of diabetes. This is when diabetes burnout happens. What is diabetes burnout? We may all have our

On Targets and Staying in Range with the MiniMed 670G System

Almost seven years ago, I became the Chief Medical Officer at Medtronic Diabetes to work with the teams developing the closed loop system.  I knew that it was the right time for this advancement in diabetes technology and I wanted to be part of it despite knowing there would be challenges on many fronts. 

Nicky Answers YOUR Questions about the MiniMed 670G System

Meet our MiniMed 670G system video star, Nicky Williams. We think she’s pretty amazing. I’ve met a lot of inspiring people with diabetes. But when I was lucky enough to meet Nicky, this 17-year-old who plays soccer, hikes mountains, rides horses, excels in school and is a working through an ambitious “1000 places to