#WeAreNotWaiting by Dana Lewis

From the Quantified Self Public Health Symposium: “I didn’t want to wait. I don’t want to die in my sleep. We are patients who are not waiting.”

April 1, 2016

Dana Lewis became a reluctant self-tracker at the age of 14 when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Dana and her partner Scott Leibrand have been developing a DIY artificial pancreas that is built on top of the data flows from Dana’s continuous glucose monitor. In this talk, she describes the role that access to data plays in the DIY pancreas, with immediate and profoundly positive effects on her life.

Watch Dana’s talk on Medium.

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