"No one likes needles, five, six a day. It's not fun any way you cut the cake," Patton told KSAT-TV.
She found that she and others would skip meals in order to avoid having to give themselves insulin shots. She said she thought there had to be a better way. When she couldn't find one, she invented one herself.
Seven years later and with the help of family and friends, she patented her invention and has launched it to national exposure.
"It doesn't hurt," she said. "Once you put the i-port on, you don't even know it's there."
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