1. Hey Frank, taking a blogging break at the moment but I checked in yesterday to see what you are up to. You inspired me and I emailed Susan Lay and two local MPs- thank you! I sometimes feel that I don’t have the right to an opinion on diabetes as I don’t have it but I do want CGMs to be an affordable option for all people ( old and young) who have Type 1 diabetes. My son had a CGM for a week last year through our diabetes educator and the info we gained was amazing. Your wage packet should not determine if CGM is an option for you!

    • Thanks Maureen! At least you were able to try it, you probably have a better opinion than me. Hoping to get around to writing my letter this weekend. Everyone deserves to access it if they want. Take care and have a great weekend 🙂

  2. […] I have previously expressed reasons for not wanting a CGM myself. I’m quite motivated to do my finger pricks as much as I need to. I’ll be switching to an insulin pump in May, and I can’t say I’m keen on wearing two devices. I can’t say that I could handle seeing “live” data all the time. At $75 for a sensor that lasts only 7 days, I can’t say that I can afford it either. […]

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