I'm glad to see the info because a broken sensor is something I'd like to watch for in my child. Those sensors slip out of the insert pretty easily, my assumption would be that more often than not it's not about a break but about the sensor wire staying in the skin instead of in the "sticker" part when the "sticker" is removed. But it's good to know to look for no matter what the case. However, my kids are pretty rough and tumble. I'm pretty sure they each have several splinters in their hands right now from climbing trees and playing with sticks and planks. Sure, the wire metal and sure, it's an infection and scarring risk, but I don't really see how this is any different from that -- you weigh the risks and the benefits, and minimize the risks as much as you can, and fix what you can of what gets hurt. I'd sure hate to have the FDA tell my kids tree climbing was off limits. If regulators and Dexcom this as an opportunity to make a better product, that's fantastic. But if my kid can't get sensors anymore because of this, at some point, I'm going to be pretty unhappy (and put it in my manifesto).