"Hi Sarah, My name is Caitlin and I recently relocated to TN from Manhattan for graduate school. I am trying to meet more people with diabetes in TN and was wondering if you would be interested in getting a drink or dinner sometime? My email is…"
"...but it seems like I've seen reports (unfortunately, I don't keep track or have citations handy...) that people who try to take advantage of the purportedly waterproof Pings end up with problems when they swim with them? Swimming kills…"
"Basically all my reasons for choosing MM Revel too. My CGM has been pretty accurate, but I never dose based on those results, I still fingerstick too. But its a nice feature to see how you are trending."
"I agree with MBP about the reliability of the MiniMed pumps. I still have the older model 722 and am on my second as #1 blew up after a long, *really* sweaty run last summer, although they never let me know if it "leaked" or otherwise was…"
"I LOVE my omnipod! I was on a tubed pump in college (about 10 years ago) and never liked it. I'm a big fan of the pod! I understand that it is not for everyone, but take care before writing it off due to some of the negative publicity it gets.…"
"If you wear a lot of dresses, the Animas Ping is very handy. You can bolus with the remote...no need to fish out the pump to do so. It is has some similarities to the Medtronic pumps, yet it has its own wonderful features."
Hi Sarah, My name is Caitlin and I recently relocated to TN from Manhattan for graduate school. I am trying to meet more people with diabetes in TN and was wondering if you would be interested in getting a drink or dinner sometime? My email is Caitlin.L.McEnery@vanderbilt.edu I hope you had a great holiday and New Year and I am looking forward to "talking" with you soon.
Sarah, I'm writing a book about diabetes and women and would love to interview you for my chapter on Managing Adolescence. Would you be willing to answer some questions through email? Let me know if you are interested, I really appreciate it, thanks!
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