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"In Canada, the transmitter is $800 Cdn, the receiver $700 Cdn, and the sensors are $…"

Brian J replied 22 hours ago to predicting failure date of medtronic cgms sof sensors

23 17 hours ago
Reply by jjm335

"What type or size of tegaderm do you use? Individual size or in a roll? I currently…"

Brian J replied Jul 28 to Trouble With Sensors Not Sticking

11 Jul 29
Reply by Aaron

"What a great idea! I wonder if this is unique, or is taught at other universities? I…"

Brian J replied Feb 11, 2012 to Pharmacy Students Get a Taste of Diabetes

3 Feb 11, 2012
Reply by Brian J

"I found this info when I signed up. Just email them asking to join and they will sen…"

Brian J replied Feb 4, 2012 to GLU forum

5 Feb 4, 2012
Reply by Scott E

"I try to take 13 units at around 8:30pm and 10 units at 8:30am. Usually that ends up…"

Brian J replied Jan 28, 2012 to Quick question...

4 Jan 29, 2012
Reply by TimmyMac

"No, I think his recommendations are for both. I'm not saying he is right, just that…"

Brian J replied May 28, 2011 to Duration of Insulin Action on Pumps

47 Jun 3, 2011
Reply by kestrel

"I'm a little surprised that a lot of people have set their DIA at 3. Looking at this…"

Brian J replied May 28, 2011 to Duration of Insulin Action on Pumps

47 Jun 3, 2011
Reply by kestrel

"3710 + my 23 years = 3733"

Brian J replied Oct 21, 2010 to DIABETES YEARS

587 Apr 28, 2011
Reply by Mark

"Tested 3:45pm EDT (12:45pm Pacific Time in White Rock, BC, Canada) 4.6 mmol/L or 83…"

Brian J replied Jul 14, 2009 to 14K People With Diabetes Test Their Blood Sugar at the Same Time

752 Nov 14, 2009
Reply by Mark Hastings

"I have found the site to be almost unusable for the last few days. Maybe you have no…"

Brian J replied Mar 15, 2009 to TuDiabetes down for a little over 2 hours today...

4 Mar 15, 2009

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