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dealing with pump tubing

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New Multiclix Lancet Device

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Comment by marti w on January 1, 2011 at 10:04pm
latvianchick, i looked into united states patents once and realized it's around $7000 to file a patent and that doesn't cover the cost of bringing the idea to fruition and protecting the patent. i'd suggest looking into financial investors
Comment by latvianchick on January 1, 2011 at 1:04pm
I have an idea which I should think would be simple and useable by thousands if not all diabetic insulin users if I were able to get it made.  Does anyone have any clues as to how I would go about getting it patented, made and marketed and how much it would cost?  I have absolutely zero finance but I think it would help everyone.  One company in USA looked into it and could find nothing similar but when they started talking about finance I baulked! 
 

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