Avoiding Cure Hope Burnout
Diabetes and a Girl
When I was first diagnosed T1 13 years ago, the blood glucose meter took 20 seconds to read my blood. 6 months after my initial diagnosis, that 20 seconds was reduced to 5 seconds. A year later, I had a pump. 3 years after that, my meter linked to my pump. And a few years after that, the pump was smaller and did more. There’s been a lot of technological change when it comes to diabetes, and it has made everything easier, but there’s one thing that tech hasn’t done – find a cure.
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