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I have approx 1,200 freestyle test strips that refuse to work in my omnipod. Unopened boxes anyone? Price is $0.

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Unless you want to send a donation to a diabetes organization.

Insulin for Life http://www.insulinforlifeusa.org/ is a wonderful non-profit. They'd be happy to distribute your donation to someone in need.

What type of test strips are they exactly? Are they the Freestyle Lite (the ones with the butterfly) or the regular ones? If they are the ones with the butterflies, I could use some of them. My husband was out of work for awhile due to a severe staff infection and I'm not able to work and trying to get on disability, but have not been very successful. I'm starting to run low on strips. Please feel free to message me privately here. Thanks.

Cherise: both lite and regular have butterflies, along with the little <> on the sides of the strip.. the old no longer manufactured do not.

if you stell hav them let me know please thanks

That would be fabulous! please send me an email, so I can pay for shipping! mtosses@gmail.com. Thanks!

If you still have any left please let me know.

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