"congrats on the new pump. i have the 722 with contour link and have never had a problem with it unlike the one touch meters which would last no time at all and lose accuracy. love the way my meter talks to pump eliminating need to enter numbers…"
"it may be illegal to mention health problems from employer to employer, but in my opinion, it is of upmost importance to inform a possible employer that I am a diabetic not to cause a problem but so they know what to do if a problem ever did happen.…"
"good luck w/ life insurance. all enquiries I made were declined. the problem is the "related" complications as a result of diabetes and the insurance companies deal in numbers that say the risks don't pay. if you smoke your…"
"hi Anna I operate a stone slinger locally in Medicine hat, ab. Just got rid of the needles and pens 3 wks ago in exchange for a medtronic insulin pump. At this early time I'm thinking I should have done the move years ago"
"Hey WorkInHere1 - glad to see you joined up to our Canadian Group - we plan on taking over the world - you do know that don't you? I was diagnosed a year later then you - and it's great to see that we're able to share stories about…"
Hey WorkInHere1 - glad to see you joined up to our Canadian Group - we plan on taking over the world - you do know that don't you? I was diagnosed a year later then you - and it's great to see that we're able to share stories about how things have changed over the years (32 gauge needles - sweet). Where abouts does your truck route take you? I have a friend who used to work out of Montreal/Ottawa - but he decided to pack up and move to British Columbia - so he rarely does hauls out this far anymore.
Anna from Montreal \\^^// The Roller Coaster Ride of Diabetes! Whoo! Whoo!
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