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Excited About Tandem Diabetes! #shareholder

I invested in Tandem Diabetes a while back, they had just caught my attention (type 2 diabetic at age 40 that will likely be type 1 in the next few years) because they had this really sleek touchscreen interface that just seemed to fit right alongside all of the other sparkly gadgets (iPhones, iPads, Kindle, etc.) that are such a huge part of our … [Read more...]

Introduction to Alia Borroho & Devfluent Labs

Our team had the opportunity to meet w/ Alia Borroho from devfluent labs recently and we were very impressed with her story. In case you missed it, she was featured recently in Talk Business & Politics (see excerpt below). Her story just emphasizes something we've believed for a long time; great things are happening in the world of technology … [Read more...]

2016 Rohrscheib Family Christmas Letter

In keeping with tradition, this is our annual Christmas letter to our friends & family. To be perfectly honest, we almost didn't have a letter this year, things have been so hectic this quarter that our Christmas cards are even going to be late this year (hopefully you guys will see them before Christmas). I will go ahead and get the big … [Read more...]

Press Release: Discountabetes™ Launched

Below you will find an excerpt from a recent post by Cotton Rohrscheib, co-founder of Discountabetes, and CEO of Rohrscheib Capital. The new concierge service for diabetics, discountabetes.com, is now online and operational. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to drop us a note, or contact cotton directly! Source: … [Read more...]

Discountabetes™ Launches w/ the Lowest Prices on Diabetic Testing Supplies!

Below you will find an excerpt from a recent post by Cotton Rohrscheib, co-founder of Discountabetes, and CEO of Rohrscheib Capital. The new concierge service for diabetics, discountabetes.com, is now online and operational. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to drop us a note, or contact cotton directly! Source: … [Read more...]

2014: End of Year Thoughts…

I had someone ask me the other day if I was going to do our Christmas letter again this year and I just laughed. There's absolutely no way I have the time or energy to sit down and chronicle everything that happened this past year. Let's see... Spencer started walking (sorry, I meant running) and he hasn't looked up, he's also an excellent climber … [Read more...]

The Diabetes Testing Strip Monopoly – Cash Cow Industry Making 900% Markup!

Okay, so it's not a big secret that I was diagnosed w/ Type II Diabetes a while back. Since then I've learned a lot about the disease and I'm more confident today than ever before that I'm going to beat this disease and one day no longer be a diabetic because unlike Type I Diabetics, my Pancreas isn't "completely dead", it's just "stupid" (wow, … [Read more...]

Update: Angiogram / Heart Catheter Balloon + Stent (80% Blockage)

I knew in the back of my mind when we started this medical makeover a few months back that there was a good chance that a lot of bad things (as a result of poor lifestyle choices from my past) might unmask themselves along the way. Well, wouldn't you know it... just when I figured I could put things on cruise control and coast through the rest of … [Read more...]

EP:028 – The Cotton Club Podcast

In episode 28 of The Cotton Club Podcast I have Dr. Amy Beard from Hippocrates Health on the show (for our second installment) of my medical makeover discussion. We discuss my recent bloodwork, testosterone replacement therapy, diet, exercise, and goals for my medical makeover. I'll be the first to admit that the past two weeks have been amazing … [Read more...]

My Specialized Sirrus Hybrid Road Bike

When I was diagnosed w/ Diabetes almost two years ago I made up my mind then that I was going to do something about it, and believe it or not I was determined. Well, things happen. For instance, I started walking a little bit and I got sores on my feet and in between my toes that just made that a living nightmare. I was encouraged by several of my … [Read more...]