Brian: Well, after an amazing five days, our artificial pancreas (AP) vacation is over. Alecia: Boo. I have such mixed feelings now that we’ve completed the closed-loop part of the clinical trial. What was the biggest surprise for you participating in the trial (well, aside from my ruby sequin slippers)? Brian: Well, Dorothy, hmm—biggest surprise. […]
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Each of the 150+ JDRF Children’s Congress Delegates get to spend time with their Members of Congress, sharing personal stories, photos and asking Congress to help change the course of type 1 diabetes (T1D). While in Washington, D.C. for JDRF 2013 Children’s Congress, Cindy learned how motivating her voice is to her Members of Congress. If you […]
Karen Graffeo is an Advocacy Team Chair from Connecticut. She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in December of 1979, when she was eleven years old. Karen became involved with JDRF Advocacy through her diabetes blog, www.bittersweetdiabetes.com. When several of her T1D blogging friends attended JDRF’s Government Day event, she read their accounts of […]
Brian: For the past three nights, several highly educated adults have tucked us into bed after connecting us to an algorithm that knows our blood sugars better than we do. Is this real life? Is this what you expected? Alecia: Not exactly. I didn’t realize how the switch to closed loop artificial pancreas (AP) system […]