I was taking the Diabtribe survey yesterday and there was a question that talked about a new product for treating lows -- a mini-dose glucagon that would be delivered in a pen, like insulin pens, where you could precisely dose for lows in place of eating sugar. They described the product and then asked how likely we'd be to buy it and how often we would potentially use it. It sounds interesting. It'd be great to give our kids a shot in the night when they're low and not have to wake them to give them sugar. They also seem to be targeting it towards people concerned about weight gain from extra calories from treating lows. Has anyone heard of this product? I wonder if it's really coming out and if so, when it would be available.