February 10, 2017
Before switching to the Cellnovo Diabetes Management System, Benjamin, 19, had to set his alarm to administer an injection for the middle of the night.
Benjamin lived with a classic case of Dawn Phenomenon, an early-morning increase in blood glucose levels, which would begin at around 3 am and last until noon.
January 30, 2017
Perhaps it’s because he is an engineer, but Ralph has always had a particular affinity for all things technologically advanced, efficient, user-friendly and solutions-based.
He’s into systems that are moving forward, not taking two steps back.
January 20, 2017
Sally Read works as a diabetes in-patient specialist nurse at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, UK. She has also been living with type 1 diabetes since the age of 5. Moving to the Cellnovo System has been life-changing for her, she says. View her interview to find out why.
January 17, 2017
Peter Kelly is the lead nurse for insulin pump therapy at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, UK. The Cellnovo System allows him to review his patients' clinical data without any downloads, thanks to the secure transmission of information in real-time to the Cellnovo online portal, which he can access from any computer, at any time. View the video to find out more.
January 12, 2017
Leigh Rickards was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in March 2013. He switched from multiple daily injections to the Cellnovo insulin pump in October 2015. Listen to what Leigh has to say about his experience using the Cellnovo Diabetes Management System and about living with #T1D.
October 11, 2016
Anita Hanson is no longer a slave to time.
Over the last two years, Anita has rediscovered the joys of shutting off her alarm clock on weekends and having a leisurely lie-in.
When out with friends, she no longer keeps her eye on the clock to make mental calculations on when she’ll need to go home to administer an injection.
Life is more flexible and a little less regimented since switching from multiple daily injections to the Cellnovo Diabetes Management System.