MEET ADAM.

After years of losing sleep to type 1 diabetes, 13-year-old Adam Darlison and his parents are finally able to make it through the night peacefully.

The new pump has been a game-changer for Adam and his family, dramatically reducing the amount of time and energy they had been devoting each day to manage Adam’s medical condition.

Prior to getting outfitted with the MiniMed™ 670G, sudden and severe drops in his sugar levels had caused Adam to have seizures on numerous occasions. Adam’s parents, Angie and Ken, made a point of checking on him every two hours through the night to monitor his levels and make sure he was safe and his levels were not too low. 

It makes life easier, it’s just who I am now. It’s part of me. There’s no way I’m getting rid of it so I’ve embraced it.

Adam, who was diagnosed with diabetes at age nine.

NOW adam and family can rest easy

Now the family is able rest a lot easier, knowing a highly accurate sensor on the MiniMed 670G will notify them if Adam’s blood sugar level drops significantly or spikes. Since he began using the pump a few months ago, he hasn’t had a single seizure.  

play sports hassle-free

Adam says the new insulin pump helps him focus on playing sports without constantly having to worry about trying to keep his blood sugar levels in check. 2

“It makes life easier,” he says. “It’s just who I am now. It’s part of me. There’s no way I’m getting rid of it so I’ve embraced it.”

Individual results may vary. The MiniMed 670G is indicated for people living with Type 1 diabetes 7 years of age and older.

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Individual results may vary. The MiniMed 670G is indicated for people living with Type 1 diabetes 7 years of age and older.

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