We've worked hard over the years to continue to enhance the FreeStyle Libre product portfolio. Starting from 10 days of wear in the U.S.* to expanding to two weeks to adding optional glucose alarms1 to integration with smartphones via apps2 to connecting it with partners around the diabetes world to make insulin delivery and coaching work easy to monitoring your glucose without fingersticks3 to — catching our breath — to offering the system with 14 day unsurpassed accuracy4 at a fraction of the cost5 of competitors, we've never lost sight of the need to create a better way to manage diabetes, to save people the pain of fingersticks and restore their confidence in their ability to manage their health. And now, as the FreeStyle Libre 36 — the product is designed as the smallest, thinnest7 and most discreet8 sensor available, about the size of two U.S. pennies stacked — reaches the first real-world users, we're rightly proud. But we understand that, through it all, you might still wonder: What do people — people who aren't paid or influenced by Abbott — what do they really think? We're glad you asked.