I just switched meters and no longer need the lancets for my one touch since i am no longer using it. Dose anyone know if or where i can donate them or do i just have to toss them? I have tons of unopened boxes.

Also any one who needs them can have them as well.

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hi, Rachel, you could donate them to your diabetes educator, or your doctor might be able to give them to someone.
i still have them i have prob 50 box's
do you steel have them let me know i will be happy to have them
cool let me know if i can have them and thank you
F.Y.I.-If you need extra money for something else I have seen people selling uopened boxs on ebay.

Do you still have them? I actually was about to run out soon and i saw this.. Thanks!

No reason not to be generous but you can use the one touch lancing device and lancets with your new meter.

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