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Peter Attia Jul 11
I think I forgot how stable—and low—my Blood Glucose was in my keto days. So fun revisiting this with !
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PaedsDiabetesSONHS Jul 11
Our will asking Parliament to stop the for Access to Technology should be for all
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Süß, happy und fit Feb 15
If you have to decide what to try first to improve time in range, would you choose pump or sensor? Interesting debate. I believe, the sensor provides the initial extra information you need both for improving MDI and pump therapy.
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Partha Kar May 23
So…a health system which says its not ready for as "not trained" wants for pregnancy So…ready to give control to those living with Or ready for the workload, fellow HCPs? As I said this morning?Talk of science without access being discussed? Useless
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Diabetes UK Jul 10
Yesterday we responded to on the use of & for driving. We’re calling on them to allow people living with to use these life-changing technologies to easily monitor their blood glucose levels. Join the :
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JDRF Canada Jul 13
We're loving the recent examples of people displaying their tech with such confidence - especially this one of British PM :
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Loumis X 🤓🤑💯❗️ Feb 14
🚨🛑✋🏾🚧Stop what you doing cause you ain’t doing shit and let my bruddahs bump through yo speakers! A whole lot CGM/Cutthroat shit, 🔪🔪🔪❕
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Sam Robinson Jul 5
Thank you, , for such a detailed, careful and accurate report on T1 diabetes and the need for subsidy. I do hope the government is listening.
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Lis Warren 🎶💙 Jul 1
Flaunting my as a conversation starter @ WatfordClassicCar Show (anything to get people chatting about today😉)
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luckystars Jul 15
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Steve Jun 12
Having one of those days where my line is so flat I've a hope that my pancreas has recovered after 24 years. It hasnt, that would be ridiculous, it's actually probably less beer, less biscuits and foregoing the breakfast granola that's done it!
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Beyond Type 1 Jun 11
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Molly Johannes May 7
A teenage girl at the gym spotted my OmniPod and introduced herself as a fellow T1D. We proceeded to chat for nearly 30 minutes & after, she told me she felt inspired by me to use her again. Oh my heart!
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Paul May 23
Replying to @parthaskar
Why are HCPs afraid to give libre or cgm? Navigating t1 without them is like driving a car with a blindfold in, having or does not stop mistakes from happening, but it does mean you can see where you are going.
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Sarah Gatward 5h
Replying to @LisWarren @guardian
Thanks! Easy 2 forget impact has on how u feel & energy. I know cost is issue but huge help in managing life. Good article in last yr about no of drugs approved w/ little or no measurable benefit to patient outcomes. 1st out 19yrs ago & still hope 4 funding by NHS
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Matt Hastings Jul 14
I ran out of supplies & waiting on doctor authorization was getting a bit exhausting. I contacted & they came in clutch. I just received emergency supplies via . Thanks for being a company that cares about their customers.
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Dennis Harris Jun 23
"Endocrine Society approach is a logical approach. A practical approach to using ." Thx for shout out to Dr Laffel!
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Renza / Diabetogenic Jul 5
Thanks to for interviewing me for the story on expanding access to people with diabetes 21 years and over.
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Finesse Jun 16
[] We take on tonight at 9pm AEST in our 3rd match of CGM! The boys will be looking to secure their 3rd win of the league. 👑
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Lis Warren 🎶💙 8h
Great piece Sarah, totally agree & long for a campaign to match that fought for flash monitors, esp now there’s easier insertion & slight price reduction. Suspect cost effectiveness data is needed to add to those MASSIVE safety & lifestyle benefits... 🤞
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