The Stats Don’t Lie!

There are 20,000 people in NZ living with type 1 diabetes. That means they have 120,000 family members, friends, and colleagues. That’s 1,700 per NZ electorate.

We are time poor in this campaign with the election here in less than two months (but who is counting).

The below fact sheet has key facts and numbers from the t1d index around how CGM’s are better for everyone – Better for people with T1D, better for the health system and better for the New Zealand economy.

Factsheet: NZ Advocacy Factsheet

It’s time. Let’s get CGMs for NZ. For more information email Sandra at

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