SeeDiabetes: The Faces of Dexcom Diabetes Warriors

Dexcom has unveiled a portrait gallery in order to portray emotional highs and lows of living with diabetes on world diabetes day 2023. Dexcom is helping the world SeeDiabetes with a first-of-its-kind portrait gallery featuring the faces of people with diabetes from all walks of life and from all corners of the world, including celebrities Nick Jonas, Patti LaBelle and Jeremy Irvine. The SeeDiabetes campaign and portrait gallery supports Dexcom’s ongoing efforts to raise awareness about the need to expand access to critical diabetes technology, like CGM.

Since Dexcom’s SeeDiabetes access and awareness campaign last November, coverage for CGM, for people with diabetes, has expanded by 6m people globally from 8m to 14m.

Brought to life by creative director, Dexcom Warrior and Australian model Bambi Northwood-Blyth, and photographed by renowned portrait photographer Fernando Sippel, SeeDiabetes: The Faces of Diabetes Warriors features people around the world living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Dexcom CGM users whose portraits appear in the gallery include: 

 “As a Dexcom Warrior living with diabetes, it’s an honor to bring to life this unfiltered and genuine representation of what life is like for the millions of people living with diabetes globally,” said Northwood-Blyth. “In addition to the powerful imagery, each portrait is paired with a deeply personal narrative that highlights the realities of living with diabetes, and how access to technology like Dexcom CGM can lessen the burden of living with this disease and greatly improve your quality of life.” 

View the digital portrait gallery for an intimate look into the highs and lows associated with living with this relatively invisible disease.

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