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Re: [IP] "Hiding" showing pump - human factors stuff

> I was recently at an embroidery conference in Las Vegas.  I was
> sitting in the back row alone before the seminar started and was
> doing a blood test mostly hidden in my purse.  A lady came and sat
> down next to me, and asked me if I had diabetes.  I said yes, and
> she said, "I do too and I have an insulin pump!"  I found that
> great, that at such a small conference there was another pumper
> there.  It opened up  a new friendship for us both, and we will be
> keeping in touch through e-mail, as we live a great dis I found it
> kind of funny to see these topics on the list after just retuning
> home.  Don't miss the opportunites that may come to you by trying to
> hide things.

There is a really "great" CDE that practices independently in Las 
Vegas. Practically all the endos in town use her. LV is a good place 
for pumping. :-)

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