Founded in 2012, mySugr seeks to turn diabetes therapy into something positive and improve the quality of life of people with this condition.“Living with diabetes honestly sucks. Upon diagnosis we have to be acutely aware about every little thing we do – in fact we have to make around 50 therapy-related decisions every day, completely on our own. We provide our users with consistent all-round care for the lonely time in between doctor visits,” explains Frank Westermann, CEO of mySugr. A team of 30 experts – many of them having lived with type 1 diabetes since their childhood – have developed mySugr.