Patient Network Live Chat – THANK YOU, FDA!

Patient Network Live Chat - Diabetes and Glucose Monitoring Devices

Helene Clayton-Jeter, Courtney Lias, and Bennet Dunlap

About four months ago the FDA’s Office of Health and Constituent Affairs hosted an extremely informative Patient Network Live Chat with FDA Expert Courtney Lias and Patient Advocate Bennet Dunlap. If you missed the live event, there is a recording online you can watch. iOS users, it’s a Flash site…sorry.

This is well worth your time to watch if you want to know more about the FDA and its role in blood glucose meter and test strip regulation, specifically the FDA’s new proposed guidelines and what standards blood glucose meters should have to meet before the FDA clears them for sale.

I’d like to express a huge “THANK YOU” to the FDA for hosting this extremely informative chat and making it available for the diabetes patient community. This is a really big deal and I very much appreciate it. Thank you!

And yes, I totally meant to get this posted a long time ago… better late than never, right?

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17 thoughts on “Patient Network Live Chat – THANK YOU, FDA!

  1. Thanks for bringing this back into conversation — and totally, worth thanking the FDA for this engagement. And with the more recent tidbit about the FDA holding a virtual town hall meeting for our D-Community on Nov 3, we have even more reason to say THANK YOU to the FDA and all in the community who continue making a difference in working with regulators to make sure our patient voice is represented.