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John Walsh explored the concept of bolus on board during his "Advanced Pumping" session
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Dr. Henry Anhalt opened Sunday with a session about continuous glucose sensing ...
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... and examined the growing body of evidence showing how CGM systems improve control.
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Jen Alexander had a chance to speak with the elemenraty kids ...
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... while Scott Scolnick worked with the Tweens.
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After Scott's session, the Tweens got together to show their pumps.
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Rick Philbin explained how to get the most out of sports while using an insulin pump
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Natalie Bellini worked with families on infusion sets and site rotation
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The youth panel -- Sam, Elizabeth, Marissa, and Kenny -- before they fielded questions about their experiences from the families.
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