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living with diabetes Archive

Overcoming COVID-19 with Type 1 Diabetes

For close to the past year we have all changed the way we live our lives — staying at home, seeing friends and family members outside from six feet away, and wearing masks whenever we are in public. Living with diabetes also heightens the anxiety around contracting COVID-19 since the virus may make it

Medtronic Commitment to Customer Access Through Financial Support Options

Living with diabetes can come with many challenges, including cost and access to technologies. To help, we created Medtronic Assurance – a group of programs for eligible U.S. customers facing financial difficulty, the loss of a job, or inadequate or loss of insurance coverage. Below are programs we hope you find helpful to potentially

Announcing Real-Time CGM Integration Between InPen and the Guardian Connect System

In August 2020, we announced the acquisition of Companion Medical and the InPen, which is the only FDA-cleared smart* insulin pen system paired with an integrated diabetes management app. Today, we are thrilled to announce the integration of the InPen with our Guardian Connect CGM system. With the power of the Guardian Connect CGM,

Living with Type 1 Diabetes: A Veteran’s Story

In the spirit of showing gratitude for all those who have served in the military on this Veteran’s Day, we asked Medtronic Ambassador Spencer to share his story about living with type 1 diabetes as a veteran. Q. Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself? My name is Spencer, and I’m

Understanding Time in Range

Today, we invited Medtronic Medical Affairs Manager, Kevin Kelleher, MSHI, RN, CDCES, who is also a father to a child living with type 1 diabetes, to break down what Time in Range is and why you should care about it. As a car enthusiast, I often use cars as examples when explaining clinical terms.