Third-grader Andrew Calabrese carries his backpack everywhere he goes at his San Diego-area school. His backpack isn’t just filled with books, it is carrying his robotic pancreas.Unfortunately, the FDA isn't particularly supportive of such grass-roots endeavors.
The device, long considered the Holy Grail of Type 1 diabetes technology, wasn’t constructed by a medical-device company. It hasn’t been approved by regulators.
It was put together by his father...
Friday, May 13, 2016
Dad Of The Year
From the Wall Street Journal, "Tech-Savvy Families Use Home-Built Diabetes Device":