Leanne loves nothing more than travelling the world – meeting new people, exploring new places and discovering new recipes that she can cook at home for family and friends. In fact, she had been on a holiday with her family when she fell ill and was subsequently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
After years of dealing with fluctuating highs and lows using Multiple Daily Injections, a friend recommended she consider Insulin Pump Therapy. Leanne was hooked and has spent years throwing herself into research trials not only to find the best therapy for herself, but to help others find better ways to manage their diabetes.
As the first person in Australia to try the MiniMed® 670G System^, Leanne cannot think of life without it. She has been able to maintain an A1c of 6.2, increased her time in range to over 80%, reduced the impacts of the Dawn Phenomenon and now finds that she wakes up every morning refreshed and ready to take on the world – no matter where she finds herself.
“I have a philosophy that diabetes needs to fit in with my life, not the other way around. The MiniMed® 670G system^ with Auto Mode technology does exactly that!”
6AM. READY TO GET OUT AND EXPLORE.
With more time in range and less time spent dealing with the effects of the Dawn Phenomenon, Leanne can make the most of every day when travelling. The world’s first self-adjusting insulin delivery system helps her sleep more soundly and means she wakes up energised and ready to go. Let’s take a look at the real results**.
FEWER LOWS AND MORE TIME IN RANGE.
The MiniMed® 670G system with Auto Mode technology helps keep Leanne’s glucose levels in check so she is free to plan her next getaway with her husband or cook up a storm to entertain friends at home.
- IN RANGE: 3.9 - 10 mmol/L
- HIGH: > 10 mmol/L
- LOW:< 3.9 mmol/L
** Representative of actual patient CareLink™ data. Individual results may vary.