Hello fellow Coloradans.

I have a friend at my church who has about 10 unopened in box
70/30 bottles of insulin. expires in 2011. She feels she is going to have her insulin 
switched and doesn't know anyone to give it to. She's in her late 70's
early 80's so she's not online. She was told to just throw it out, but
feels it would be a waste.

I'm in Coal Creek Canyon between Boulder & Golden, if you're interested
send me a message and I'll get you two together. Oh yeah, she's in Wheat Ridge
which might make more sense for a pick-up.

Michael

Tags: 70/30, free, insulin

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You can also donate it to Insulin For Life:
http://www.insulinforlifeusa.org/howyoucanhelp.php
Thanks Akidmtco.

FYI to ALL, My friend has found someone who needs the 70/30.

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