Having a chronic disease can be tough. Keeping your day-to-day life organized is hard enough without having to stay on top of the tests, medications, and other details that literally keep you alive. That's why Dana Lewis, who has type 1 diabetes, decided to automate that part of her life. By programming her own artificial pancreas, she not only made things easier on herself; she also eased the struggles of people all over the world.
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Written by Ashley Hamer August 8, 2017
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