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Diabeloop announces it will soon sell the DBLG1 insulin pump system in several European countries. It also hopes to soon offer its pump system to children.

One parent’s advice on negotiating the minefields that can arise before a child with type 1 diabetes heads off to college.

We provide an overview of the critical information you need to know before considering trying to obtain insulin from Canada, Mexico, or another country.

A judge allows a suit to move forward that accuses Lily, Novo Nordisk, and Sanofi of violating consumer protection laws of many states.

Linh Le, founder of Bonbouton, discusses how he created a smart insole to detect foot injury in people with diabetes.

In the study of 294 children, there was little difference in blood sugar management results between the two groups a year after initial diagnosis.

Manufacturers and PBMs who set the price of insulin, under pressure from health regulators, have touted new measures to bring down out-of-pocket costs. Here are the details of what has been announced.

Medtronic entered into a unique partnership with a Minnesota insurer that tracks how well its Guardian CGM helps people stay in optimal blood sugar range. Medtronic also wants to provide incentives to motivate people with diabetes covered by the plan to stay in range.

It’s not going to be easy to bring a noninvasive monitor to market. Here are five takeaways from a recent Nature Biotechnology feature on the glucose monitoring landscape.