What They Said… Rocking It Strip Safely Style

SS_LOGO_STACK_TIGHTProud and honored to have attended (and even got to stand up and say how I felt) during this amazing meeting. The Diabetes Technology Society was gracious, welcoming diabetes advocates with open arms.
Here’s the official statement from Strip Safely and Diabetes Hands Foundation. Stay tuned for my own views and the highlight reel. (I’m still riding on a dizzying array of emotions – and caffeine, because it was a late flight home.)
Click on the link and hear what they said…

Diabetes Hands Foundation Commends the Diabetes Technology Society (DTS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for First Steps to Protect Diabetes Patients (via PR Newswire)

Sept. 9 Forum Outlines Proposed Mandatory Surveillance Program of Blood Glucose Monitors; Patients Call for Greater FDA Enforcement BETHESDA, Md., Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Diabetes Hands Foundation commends the Diabetes Technology…

  1. […] what was a proud moment was the mention of the Strip Safely advocacy campaign held up as an example of advocacy that is working (for better or worse, I’m sure, in the […]

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