Meet Dexcom Heroes & Read their stories!

Warriors are those who exemplify courage, an unquenchable spirit and the drive to make their dreams, realities. To empower people to take control of their diabetes, Dexcom is sharing Warrior’s inspirational messages about not letting a diagnosis stand in the way of life’s pursuits.

Dexcom is celebrating both Warriors and their clans. Moms monitoring their kids while juggling soccer practices, ballet recitals and PTA meetings. Athletes coping with glucose management while competing at the highest levels of their sport. Entertainers relying on CGM during performances when they are in the center of the spotlight. The courageous millions that manage the labors of diagnosis and find meaning and happiness in each and every day.

As a Dexcom Warrior, anything is possible. Please browse our site and be inspired by Warriors’ stories. And if you consider yourself a Warrior, please take a moment to inspire us with your story.

Share Your Story and Become a Dexcom Warrior

  • Lynne

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    Musician

    Talk about surprises! I recently learned that I've been placed on the ballot for the upcoming Grammy Awards in the category of "Best Improvised Jazz Solo." But there was a time when just playing the flute these days would've been an even bigger...

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  • Dave

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    Quarterback

    Imagine having two major, life-changing events virtually back-to-back. Now imagine that you're not yet 10 years of age. That's exactly what happened during 2013 to a remarkable young man named Dave!

    The first event came in March when, out...

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  • Jewels

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    Registered Nurse

    Most things pale in comparison to my daughter Emma’s diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes at age five. It’s funny how a date has an uncanny way of etching itself into ones mind forever; February 9, 2007 and January 1, 1984 happen to be two of them....

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  • Kerri

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    Blogger & Mom

    Appreciating the Dexcom.

    After BSparl was born, I was overwhelmed with adjusting to life as a mom, and diabetes took a backseat to just about everything. I was healing from my c-section, attempting to snap up all the snappy things on...

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  • Carey

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    Father and Blogger

    I had heard about the Dexcom for years.

    Despite the positive things I had read across the blogosphere, I never really thought much about switching over. I figured how different could the Dexcom really be than the CGM our son Charlie was...

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  • Nicole

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    Mom

    I live for my family. I am a mom. My husband and I always wanted a family, and we were not willing to let the fact that we live with diabetes stand in the way of that.

    I’m Mom to a wonderful, funny, little boy. He’s five years old. Our...

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  • Shelley

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    Social Worker

    As a social worker of 14 years, my passion is for helping others. I work in the transplant field, and I’ll admit that it isn’t always a walk in the park. It’s very rewarding, but emotions run high, the pace is quick and stress is certainly a job...

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  • Gina

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    Diabetes Educator

    I was diagnosed Type 1 thirty seven years ago – back in what some call the “diabetes dark ages.” I was only a child, with little understanding of what my disease was, let alone what it meant to “successfully manage” it. Things were different back...

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  • Vic

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    Ironman

    Being an “Ironman” comes with a few assumptions. People assume I live a healthy, active lifestyle. They figure I’m the kind of person who can finish a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and a 26.2-mile run and live to tell the tale. They’re right, I am...

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  • Fatema

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    Financial Planner

    Just one week after my sixteenth birthday, I was admitted to the Emergency Room with pain in my upper left abdomen. After x-rays and blood work, the doctor told me “Fatema, you have a tumor on your pancreas that needs to be removed immediately...

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  • Kim

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    Advocate, Blogger, and Mom

    I firmly believe in the power of two small but life-changing words: "me, too".

    Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of six, I’ve had over a quarter century to learn just how much impact peer support can have on my health. Living with...

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  • Megan

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    Diabetic Warrior

    When you are first told, "You have type 1 diabetes," it can be a shattering experience.

    Eventually, though, through education and support, you can emerge much stronger than you might've been otherwise, as I believe happened with me.

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