Like "I agree that the media is sensationalizing this report (boy do they love "death"), but as I've reread the article the message to parents of kids using pumps is critically important. We love the pump. It truly changed my son's life. But just like many other things in life, there are risks that come with the good. Just imagine if it was your kid who slipped into a coma because he had a blocked tube and just kept bolusing. What if it was your kid who died because he ignored warning signs because he thought he was "safe" with the pump. I think the big takeaway from this article is that just because the pump makes managing diabetes easier for parents and children, you have to remember that it's not autopilot. You have to stay vigilant every day. That's just my 2 cents."