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    Google + Sanofi + Joslin Diabetes Center Aim for "Radical" New Diabetes Technology

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    Google apparently has diabetes on the mind, as it's currently announcing a string of partnerships with the diabetes device and medication industry.This week, Google Life Sciences under the new Alphabet parent company has entered into a partnership...

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    Imperium: Betting on Insulin Makers with a New "Peel and Stick" Patch Pump

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    The notion of "peel and stick" just got a new meaning in the Diabetes World with the advent of Imperium, a unique new prefilled patch insulin pump being developed by Pennsylvania medical device company Unilife Corp, which makes injectable medicati...

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    Back to School with Diabetes Data-Sharing

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    That time of year has arrived once again, when the kiddos to college students are all heading back to the classroom. Throw diabetes into the educational mix, and that can be a formula for trouble if you're not careful.We know of a whole bunch of o...

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    Glooko Brings Mobile Diabetes Data-Sharing to Pumps and CGM Devices

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    We've had a close eye on Glooko, the small California company creating a mobile health platform for diabetes data, ever since it first came on the scene in 2011.Glooko has made great headway in these past four years; it's solution is now compatibl...

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    Wilford Brimley, and the Best & Worst of the 2015 Diabetes Educators Conference

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    The big annual get-together of the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) took place in "the Big Easy" a.k.a. New Orleans, this past week -- the organization's 42nd conference that brought together roughly 2,900 educators and a total of...

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    Diabetes Technology Update: Mid-2015 and Beyond

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    We're now well into the second half of the year, and with many diabetes companies holding their quarterly earnings calls to update investors, many of us are wondering: What's next in diabetes technology, before this year ends?Short answer: Quite a...

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    NEWSFLASH: Animas Signs on with Tidepool for Open Diabetes Data Sharing

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    Users of Animas insulin pumps, rejoice! Today Animas becomes the 6th major diabetes device manufacturer to sign on to allow its customers access to Tidepool's new open source software platform for diabetes data. This means Johnson & Johnson D...

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    On Car Alarms and Diabetes Device Alerts

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    The beeping wouldn't stop.No matter what I did, the noise was penetrating my skull, screaming that some piece of technology was in "warning mode" and trying to alert me to take some action. Simply because it was programmed to do so.You might thi...

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    Six Things to Know Before Starting Afrezza

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    Some of you may have heard that I've been having issues with Afrezza, the new inhalable insulin from MannKind/Sanofi that's such a hot commodity among investors. I'm disappointed that it doesn't seem to be working as well for me now as it did at...

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    Companion's New Smart Insulin Pen Will Mimic a Pump

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    What if an insulin pen could help you calculate needed doses, and then track all of your doses and times, plus IOB (insulin on board), and even send you alerts and reminders about missed doses and more? Well, it would be a pen unlike any other, in...

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    Ask D'Mine: Revisiting the Missed Insulin Shot Question

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    Need help navigating life with diabetes? Ask D'Mine! That would be our weekly advice column, hosted by veteran type 1, diabetes author and clinical diabetes educator Wil DuboisThis week, Wil takes another look at a common question often posed by ...

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    Diabetes Carry Case Reviews from DiabetesMine

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    One universal truth about living with diabetes is that you'll need to carry around a lot of gear – a glucose meter with lancing device and test strips, medications, low-blood sugar treatments and more, with backups for everything when you travel. ...

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    Insulin Pump Reviews from DiabetesMine

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    For anyone taking long-acting and short-acting (pre-meal) insulin, an insulin pump offers freedom from all of the hassle of injections. If you decide to eat a little more, or do some unexpected exercise, you can just push a button to administ...

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    Blood Glucose Meter Reviews from DiabetesMine

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    A home blood glucose meter is an essential tool for managing diabetes. Especially for anyone taking insulin as part of your diabetes treatment, daily blood glucose (BG) checking is pretty much essential – because only your meter can tell you whe...

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    Patient Voices Winner Joanne Milo Is a 'Diabetes Tech Junkie'

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    As we work our way through the list of Patient Voices Scholarship winners who'll be joining us for the 2015 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit this November, today we're happy to introduce longtime type 1 Joanne Milo in California. Residing in Orange ...

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    New Video Review of the Apple Watch with Dexcom Share App!

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    Checked out the new Apple Watch yet? One of the most exciting aspects for people with diabetes is the Dexcom G4 Share2 app you can use on the watch to view and share your glucose data results. Longtime type 1, blogger and author Joanne Milo -- one...

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    The Business of Getting Fit with Diabetes

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    Getting active and staying fit is one of the huge ongoing challenges of living with diabetes. Of course, non-D folks struggle with it too, but having a "manual pancreas" complicates things. Not surprisingly, the industry and mHealth world have ca...

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    Got Neuropathy? Quell Offers “World’s First Pain Relief Wearable”

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    Amongst the current flurry of wearable sensors and mHealth apps that appear to be so many elaborate toys, a new system called Quell stands out. It seems to have real potential to change lives… for many people with diabetes and beyond. Quell is a ...

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    Call to Action: Getting Congress to Examine Diabetes Supplies Bidding Program

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    We knew the federal government's Medicare program was hurting people with diabetes by restricting access to necessary supplies, ever since the controversial competitive-bidding process kicked off in 2011. And we've been seeing anecdotal evidence o...

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    Going Bionic: Test Drive of an Artificial Pancreas System

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    In our continuing coverage of all things closed loop, today we're excited to share the experiences of a long-time type 1 in the Boston area who's recently had the chance to try out the much-discussed Bionic Pancreas system -- our friend and fello...

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