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The New Face of My Diabetes Management | The LOOP Blog

The New Face of My Diabetes Management

Meet MiniMed Ambassador, Caroline Smyth. She’s a young college student who appreciates the new design of the MiniMed 630G system. Hear what she has to say about her latest experience.    My experience on an insulin pump started about 2 years after my diagnosis with diabetes. Imagine a 12 year-old and a device that
Introducing Turning Point: A Powerful Program to Help Hospitals and People Living with Diabetes | The LOOP Blog

Introducing Turning Point: A Powerful Program to Help Hospitals and People Living with Diabetes

A few weeks ago, I introduced myself and mentioned my role here at Medtronic Diabetes. In my blog I mentioned that we’re constantly trying to find innovative ways to be there globally for people living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. One way is through introducing exciting new products to the community, like
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Front of Line Access to the MiniMed 670G System

Want to get front of the line access to the MiniMed 670G system when it becomes available in the spring? Here’s how! In this video, Naomi and I explain the new Priority Access program. Visit www.medtronicdiabetes.com/priority-access to learn more. Important Safety Information The MiniMed 530G and 630G systems with SmartGuard technology are intended for
Breaking From the Negative Emotions of Diabetes | The LOOP Blog

Breaking From the Negative Emotions of Diabetes

Some might find it interesting, but there is a wad of dollar bills carefully tucked into the outside pocket of the pouch I use as my meter case. Each dollar represents a time I did a finger stick and my blood sugar was an even 100. I don’t remember exactly where or when I
An Ode to Diabetes Innovation | The LOOP Blog

An Ode to Diabetes Innovation

You may remember, MiniMed Ambassador, Addie, from her blog on Managing Diabetes in High School. Today, she’s writing about her new insulin pump, the MiniMed 630G system and how it’s made a difference in her life while living away from home for college. I started insulin pump therapy in the fourth grade. Considering I