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Old 06-25-2020, 05:28 PM #1
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Question Screen Reader friendly CGM?

I have a friend who has type 1 and he wanted me to post this. His insurance gave him a CGM which he likes, except for one thing, he's blind and requires a screen reader. Does anybody know if there is a CGM that is more screen reader friendly?
Does anybody have problems with the CGM readings when the brand of Insulin has changed?
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