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More than 5000 participants from all over the world came to the ATTD (International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes) in Florence at the beginning of March to find out about the latest developments in diabetes therapy. Digital therapy management is constantly improving and gives people with diabetes a better quality of life and more security in planning their lives.

A woman talks to the visitors at ATTD in Florence.
Our presentations at ATTD were well attended

The mylife CamAPS FX algorithm is currently the only algorithm on the market that is approved in a system for automated insulin delivery for pregnant women with type 1 diabetes. It is part of our mylife Loop solution and supports women with type 1 diabetes in their therapy before, during and after pregnancy. The health of their babies is also protected by good treatment results. The interest in mylife Loop was correspondingly high.

The speakers of our Industry session at ATTD
The speakers of our Industry session at ATTD
Our booth was very well visited during the fair
Our booth was very well visited during the fair
Our presentations at ATTD were well attended
Our presentations at ATTD were well attended

At our Industry Session on "Improving the lives of people with diabetes with mylife CamAPS FX automated insulin delivery", various aspects of the application of the CamAPS FX algorithm were discussed. The session was chaired by Professor Roman Hovorka, who developed the algorithm. Dr Emma Wilmot from the University of Nottingham (UK) showed how people with type 1 diabetes are supported in their therapy.

Click here for the recording of our Industry Session

Professor Lia Bally from the University of Bern presented the results of the SMASH study. The study investigated whether a simple meal estimate using the CamAPS FX algorithm is sufficient and can be compensated.

Professor Othmar Moser from the University of Bayreuth in Germany deals with the topic of sport with type 1 diabetes using the Cam APS FX algorithm and presented his results on this topic.

We look forward to seeing you again at the next ATTD from 19 to 22 March 2025 in Amsterdam.

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