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Input Fusion event, 2 June (London)

Meet others with Type 1 diabetes, chat with people with similar interests, share what works for you, and exchange ideas at this event hosted by diabetes charity Input. It is on Saturday 2 June from 10am – 4pm at the London Irish Centre (NW1 9XB) nearest Tube: Camden Town. The day will include an opening address by the Grumpy Pumper and a keynote talk by Professor John Pickup, nick-named the ‘father of insulin pumps’, as well as a research update by Dr Monika Reddy from Imperial College London on its BiAP and CGM microneedles projects. There will be small group sessions on access to insulin pump therapy, CGM and Flash glucose monitoring. It should be a day of fun, socialising, sharing and learning with an exhibition at lunch time. Confirmed exhibitors to date include Abbott, Cellnovo, Dexcom, Medtrum, Roche Accu-Chek.

Registration fee of £10 per person which will be refunded* as long as you turn up! Includes lunch and refreshments (gluten-free and vegetarian options will be available). *Expect to see your refund through Eventbrite within a few days after 2nd June. REGISTER HERE.

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