I am in the final appeal process with Aetna for my daughter's CGMS. Aetna is denying it based on it being experimental…." There is insufficient evidence to support the prolonged use of continuous glucose monitoring devices as an adjunct to home blood glucose monitoring. The potential advantages of adjunctive use of CGM devices in managing persons with poorly controlled diabetes are theoretical. There are no adequate prospective clinical studies in the peer-reviewed published medical literature demonstrating that the use of continuous glucose monitoring devices results in durable improvement in outcomes of individuals with diabetes." The letter goes onto state "Those for or in connection with services or supplies that are, as determined by the Claims Administrator, to be investigational and experimental, because they do not meet generally accepted standards of medical practice in the US." I have previously submitted letter of medical necessity, FDA approval letter, multiple studies as referenced by MiniMed and JDRF (although I would like to provide more current ones if available). I have handling insurance by the protocol laid out by MiniMed and JDRF. I have one more chance and appreciate any help I can get! Has anyone been successful in Aetna covering the CGM and supplies? If so, how were you able to get past their clinical policy bulletin denying coverage (other than just twice a year).