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American Idol Contestant Adam Lasher: His First Interview On Diabetes!

By Mike Hoskins on January 29, 2015

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The Diabetes Community found itself in familiar territory recently when we saw one of our own auditioning and making headlines on reality show American Idol.

On Jan. 22, fellow type 1 Adam Lasher appeared before the three-celeb panel to play guitar and sing an original tune, breezing through that first round and securing his spot in the next round of Hollywood Week auditions. Lucky for all of us, the judges caught sight of the black Dexcom case clipped to his guitar strap and asked Adam about it, giving him the chance to quickly explain the need and use of this "robotic pancreas" on national TV!

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