This week – Dexcom’s CEO is back to answer your questions. Kevin Sayer shares lots of news from the recent ADA Scientific Sessions as well as more information about the new G6 transmitter expected later this year.
Sayer also shares news about Dexcom’s role with current hybrid closed loops, answers your questions about Medicare and updates to Follow and touches on when we might see the G7 and when we’ll stop seeing the G4.
In our Community Connection, a new resource to help you find the best pump, CGM and other diabetes tech for you. It’s called DiabetesWise, an initiative from the Stanford School of Medicine funded by the Helmsley Charitable Trust.
And Tell Me Something Good is all about research that could help the entire diabetes community. Learn about a new prevention study from Trial Net that delayed the onset of T1D for two years.
00:00 Open: What’s on the Show This Week?
1:35 Stacey Welcome – Benny’s was at camp when Stacey taped this episode (he’s back now and had a blast – more on that next week). More about the transcriptions that started going out last week. Sign up for the newsletter to start receiving these monthly “extras.” And Texas Roadhouse restaurant is helping JDRF – donating proceeds from their online gift cards. But this ends June 30th so click here to find out more.
5:45 Interview with Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer
42:45 Community Connection all about DiabetesWise
45:35 TMSG: TrialNet’s Teplizumab prevention study
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