How do you receive information on new Diabetes technology?

On January 26, 2012 by Cherise Shockley

Questions

Q1. How do you get information about innovations in diabetes care?

Q2. How do you know when a new device comes on market?

Q3.What are some of the things you do as a PWD or a Parent of a CWD to share your needs with the industry?

Q4. Do you think your concerns are addressed in a timely manner?

Q5. Do you know how to find diabetes issues that the FDA is seeking comment from the public? do you comment?

Q6. Do you advocate for PWD with the government? FDA, Congress etc.

Q7. What topics would you like to see discussed during #dsma? What would you like to see more of?

Transcript 

Be Blessed

Cherise

 

2 Responses to “How do you receive information on new Diabetes technology?”

  • One of the questions is Do you think your concerns are met? On several occasions I have written the JDRF complaining about their funding for the fake pancreas. I have said that I think funding should go to real cures. I have asked who will manufacture the fake pancreas. Who will make money off of it. Everytime I write I get the same answer. In sum and substance–Thank you for your interest in the project. If you wish to donate please send us money. They have NEVER once addressed my concern or answered my questions. I send money else where.

  • Cherise Shockley

    Diana-

    I’m sorry you do not receive the answers to the questions. How hard would it be for you to receive the answers to your questions? it’s not that hard. I know there are a lot of hands into the artifical pancreas-Animas, Medtronic and Dexcom. I’m not exactly sure on what roles each company would play. If I had the answers I would share them with you. I’m curious, who have you tried to contact at JDRF?

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