Dexcom Recognized in "Fast Company" feature "50 Most Innovative Companies"

Dexcom was honored by the publication ‘Fast Company’ in their annual ’50 Most Innovative Companies’ feature.
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Tandem and Dexcom Expand Agreement to Include G4™ PLATINUM Sensor

Tandem Diabetes Care and Dexcom Expand Development and Commercialization Agreement to Include Recently Approved G4™ PLATINUM CGM Sensor
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Dexcom identified as one of 500 fastest growing technologies in US

For the second year in a row, Dexcom has been identified by Deloitte as one of the 500 fastest growing technologies in the US.
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U.S. FDA Approves the Dexcom G4™ PLATINUM Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM)

New Device for Diabetes Management is Most-Advanced CGM Available with up to 30% Improvement in Hypoglycemic Accuracy

Dexcom CEO Terrance Gregg Interviewed by the Wall Street Reporter

Terrance Gregg talks with the Wall Street Reporter about some of the latest developments at Dexcom.

Dexcom Receives CE Mark Approval for the Dexcom G4® Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

Dexcom, Inc. announced that it has received CE Mark (Conformité Européene) approval for its fourth generation continuous glucose monitoring system, the Dexcom G4® system, enabling commercialization of the Dexcom G4 system in the European Union and the countries in Asia and Latin America that recognize the CE Mark.

Dexcom Sponsors Historic Diabetes Flight Formation Trip to Raise JDRF Funds

Dexcom, the leader in continuous glucose monitoring, is proudly sponsoring the efforts of the Diabetes Formation Flight USA ( -- three pilots with insulin-dependent diabetes using DexCom's Seven Plus as part of their effort to set new transcontinental world speed records while raising funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). View a news clip from the historic flight in the link below.
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Dr. Steven Edelman featured on American Health Journal

Dr. Edelman speaks about the benefits of CGM for those with diabetes.

Dexcom featured in the San Diego Business Journal

Dexcom and JDRF are joining forces to accelerate the development of a wireless “smart transmitter” that would allow a continuous glucose monitoring system to communicate directly with an artificial pancreas control device used in JDRF research studies.

Dexcom on American Health Journal

Learn about the latest in Dexcom technology in the video below.