A HUGE thank you to everyone who attended and helped with the 2012 DiabetesMine Innovation Summit held at Stanford University this past Friday.
With incredibly frank conversations happening between patient advocates, Pharma execs, entrepreneurs, HCPs, designers, standards and industry experts, and the FDA itself (three agency directors were present!), it certainly felt like we are on the verge of changing the Diabetes World for the better!
There is so much to report. But I am so exhausted post-Summit — and need a little time to process it all.
First and foremost, we'd like to debut the Diabetes Patient Voices compilation video unveiled at the Summit. We encourage all the players who participated (especially ADA, JDRF and the Joslin Diabetes Center) to feel free to grab the code and embed this video as they please, to help spread the word about what empowered PWDs are most passionate about:
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Great video with some really good insight in what diabetics are looking for in the future. Companies that design and build devices really need to see this video.
How do I find out when the next DiabetesMine Innovation Summit will be held?
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