I've seen a number of references to loaner pumps available from Medtronics for travel overseas. The links to the company info are broken, and searching their site has turned up nothing. Have they discontinued the program???

--Heidi

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I freaked out about this as well when it no longer showed up on their travel page:
http://www.medtronicdiabetes.com/lifestyle/travel

So I called them, because I ordered a travel loaner pump 2 weeks ago, and they told me they are just updating their website and they are still loaning out pumps.

I can post the link to the Travel Loaner page when I get home if you want (it's bookmarked on my home computer).

Good to know. Thanks!

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