That’s so cool that you were involved in that, Dennis! My kidneys have taken a beating, but I’m amazed that my eyes are still intact after 32 years of T1, so knock on wood I guess. Isn’t it interesting which complications affect different people first, some with several, and some with none at all. Genetics are such a determining factor, and yet such a mystery. Glad you were able to be part of that pioneering technology.
Kady, I’m glad the technology is working so well for you. I have tried both the Enlite and Dexcom CGM’s over the years, but am still having issues with my flesh/muscle tissue crimping the sensor filament after a day or so, resulting in Weak Signals and Lost Sensors, and trying various sites has had only sporadic success. Even Minimed has admitted their current sensor style probably won’t be successful for me, yet I so badly want it to work! So I hope they continue working on different CGM insertion options, similar to the variety of infusion sets that are available.