That means that it took seven years to amass five million downloads/streams. In that time I have spoken to countless people who live with, or love someone who has diabetes. I have learned from all of you. I know about your fears, how you love, accept, defy, triumph and persevere. I’ve heard stories about mental illness, second chances, regret and euphoria. Your stories add to my understanding of diabetes and the human experience.
I’ve come to think of the collective podcast as art in some ways. All I can do is create in the form that it makes sense to me. After I share with you, the course that my words find in the world is largely out of my hands. Growth like this requires that someone else, besides me, cares enough about the show to keep it alive in the consciousness of others.
Thank you for listening, for sharing and for caring for my art after it leaves my control. Your support made this happen and it is the reason why I am predicting three million new downloads/streams in 2022. We are going to get to eight million a whole hell of a lot faster than we got to five.
This celebration is as much yours as it is mine. Please help me celebrate today by sharing your remembrances and feelings.
Two months later, on May 22, 1922, Prof. Macleod delivered a paper on the U of T team’s findings to the American Association of Medical Physicists in Washington, D.C. and got a standing ovation. Macleod used the term “insulin” to describe the extract. According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, “in the eyes of most of the...
with the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System and a compatible smartphone to automatically adjust insulin and help protect against highs and lows. Omnipod 5 is designed to make it easier than ever to manage glucose with no multiple daily injections, no tubes, and zero fingersticks1 to help simplify life with diabetes. “Omnipod 5 is...