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About Omnipod DASH

I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 14 years old and I am now 31. There have certainly been some tricky times in those years, but it has never held me back from anything. I can’t change that I have type 1 diabetes, but I know it does not define me. Type 1 Diabetes has become a routine

What should I know before choosing an Insulin Pump?

Accessing an insulin pump can be an important decision for many, and there are several factors to consider before making a decision with your healthcare team. In this blog, we will examine some of

Cruz was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 5 years old and has been living with T1D for 9 years now. At 14 years old, he is fortunate to have never experienced multiple daily injections as he was started on insulin pump therapy in hospital at diagnosis


<p>Type 1 diabetes. It's draining. It entered our family in 2019 through our then 3-year-old son Tadhg. There was no family history, so it was quite a surprise.

<p><span><span><span><span>When I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in December 2006, I was absolutely determined to never let type 1 prevent me from doing anything that I set my mind to. This hasn’t changed over my 15 years of living with type 1.

<p><span><span><span><span><span>Adventuring with the Pod, it’s like a whole new world. I’m an active person, always looking for the next thing to do.

<h4><span><strong>"To put it simply, the Omnipod DASH® Insulin Pump Management System has been a life changer for me.

<h2>My Relationship With Type 1 Diabetes</h2><p><span><strong>Author: Heath Morley</strong></span><br><em><span>Heath was one of the first Podders in Australia, moving from Multiple Daily Injections with CGM over to Omnipod® insulin pump

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