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Re: [IP] oldies issues



Actually I remember in thedays when we mixed the insulin now I'm talking
about the 50s. Also does anyone remember using the test kits with a test tub
and tablets and waiting for the colors to change for us it was always a
awaking time. I always the to I think a blue not the orange or greens. then
came the test tape that I stayed away from doing most of the  as a teenager.
So today I find using thr monitors quite a break for us. Also the glass
syringes and using first U 40 and then U 80 and last before pump I think
Lente 100. When looking back boy has the diabetic improved. Bob 46 yrs
diabetic and liking the more each day and the freedom it gives.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Parker, B.E., Mrs" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 10:31 AM
Subject: RE: [IP] oldies issues


> Actually there was regular insulin back then.  I remember my navy dr
wanting
> to put me on MDI (which was revolutionary back then) and I refused because
I
> already was taking ONE shot a day. <grin>  HOW I WISH I HAD LISTENED TO
> HIM!!!!
>
> Barb
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