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"According to my calculations you now have approximately 33 months of pods accumulate…"

jla replied Feb 27, 2012 to 11 boxes of Pods & counting!

18 Feb 28, 2012
Reply by johnnyjumpstart

"What is FSA?"

jla replied Feb 25, 2012 to FSA Spending Limit Starting in 2013

11 Mar 6, 2012
Reply by NatalieHodge

"I don't tell'em until they ask and then I explain. There are always prescriptions an…"

jla replied Feb 21, 2012 to Best Airport Security Strategy

23 Feb 24, 2012
Reply by Kimberly

"Why won't they cover the Omnipod? Have they been covering it? I think you might have…"

jla replied Feb 21, 2012 to 11 boxes of Pods & counting!

18 Feb 28, 2012
Reply by johnnyjumpstart

"thanks for the tip. I don't have an iPad but I'll see if I can get the app for my Dr…"

jla replied Feb 21, 2012 to Does anyone still use a logbook?

28 Apr 11
Reply by Stress

"Thank you, thank you."

jla replied Feb 16, 2012 to One Touch In New PDM

25 Jun 6, 2012
Reply by mikep

"I consider having to give up my One Touch Ultra the biggest sacrifice for being on t…"

jla replied Feb 15, 2012 to One Touch In New PDM

25 Jun 6, 2012
Reply by mikep

"What data does the Minimed compile that Omnipod doesn't would be a question I would…"

jla replied Feb 10, 2012 to Running with the OmniPod

26 Feb 10, 2012
Reply by jla

"I don't order directly from Insulet. They don't deal with Medicare and in order for…"

jla replied Feb 10, 2012 to Too many Pod failures! Is this common?

16 Feb 21, 2012
Reply by roadsterchic

"I went to the Google and put in "Comparisons of Apidra, Humalog, and Novolog insulin…"

jla replied Feb 10, 2012 to Too many Pod failures! Is this common?

16 Feb 21, 2012
Reply by roadsterchic

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