Several news media outlets recently reported the story of Quincy, the koala at the San Diego Zoo who has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Athena Philis-Tsimikas, MD, an endocrinologist and corporate vice president of the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute, is a member of the interdisciplinary team caring for Quincy. Dr. Tsimikas consulted on the use of a continuous glucose monitoring device that the furry marsupial now wears to help manage his diabetes.
Read the story in The San Diego Union-Tribune: Quincy the San Diego Zoo's diabetic koala, gets help from Dexcom
Read the article in Clinical Endocrinology News (free subscription required): What Do You Call a Koala Who Is Too Sweet For Its Own Good? Diabetic
Read the story in the Los Angeles Times: Koala's diabetes treatment may lend insights to helping humans
Watch the story on 10 News: Diabetic San Diego Zoo koala gets help from continuous glucose monitor
Watch the story on CBS 8: Diabetic koala at San Diego Zoo receives glucose monitor
Read the story on AM 760: What the story on AM 760: Diabetic koala at San Diego Zoo receives glucose monitor
Read the story in the Times of San Diego: Koala with Diabetes at San Diego Zoo Receives Help from New Technology
Read the story in Diabetes.co.uk: Koala with diabetes is fitted with CGM device
Read the story in San Diego Patch: Diabetic Koala Gets Glucose Monitor At San Diego Zoo
The coverage in Yahoo News, called "Quincy the koala gets hi-tech help for his diabetes at San Diego Zoo," is not available at this time.