Obviously, we've been shouting from the rooftops for years about how diabetes tools should be more aesthetic and customizable. Well, Northern California-based Asante Solutions definitely got the message with their new MySnap insulin pump that lets you design your own look for the device.
We're delighted to announce a new video review just posted to our DiabetesMine Test Kitchen (a patient-led and created video product review hub): longtime type 1 and advocate Melissa Lee takes a detailed look at the MySnap. There's more to enjoy than just new color casings, she says!
Melissa's a busy working mom and advocate who knows her way around diabetes technology -- so don't miss this great new review!
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And we hope you'll check out our whole growing collection of product reviews, by and for people with diabetes.
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