Our good friend and fellow longtime type 1 and author Joanne Milo is back at the video product review game! This savvy lady, who appropriately writes a blog titled The Savvy Diabetic, has just submitted another great piece to our community review hub, the DiabetesMine Test Kitchen.
This time she's evaluating the newest the Dexcom G4 continuous glucose monitor (CGM) Receiver with Share technology, that allows you to beam your blood sugar results in real-time to up to 5 different i-devices anywhere in the world -- with no need for a docking station. Nice!
Don't forget that this too is associated with the whole #WeAreNotWaiting movement that's pushing to accelerate our choices and mobile options for diabetes data access.
Check out Joanne's great overview!
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