Re: [IP] stunning
In a message dated 04/11/2008 1:05:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
email @ redacted writes:
I guess it's better to make love not War
:-) I'm not Sara.. I couldn't begin to be her... <VBG>
I agree that many cannot afford one, me included, but it is actually
coming to pass that some insurers are in fact starting to cover these
devises. It is nice when I can call my insurance and say, 'Excuse me,
but such-and such- in hoboken is getting this covered, and United is
covering so and so's in NH.... I'm waiting for you guys to do so as
well'. I feel one day the code number someone posts, or a new CGMS
with another code and my endos Rx's will net me success.
Having the input about these things is very very close to pump therapy
too, so I guess my point is I don't think we should be so insular'
that we miss an 'Easter Egg' regarding insurance and CGMS.
On Apr 11, 2008, at 5:35 AM, Cynthia VanDenBerge wrote:
> Well, Sara, of course they are interelated, but there are many, many
> out there that can't afford CGMS or are not interested in
> it...soooooo, this
> is primarily the place for them so that they don't get bored hearing
> us talk
> about sensor life, special tape and the like. Not a big deal as we
> have some talk about CGMS here, and I have received a lot of input
> on issues
> that I sometimes face with my CGMS. Cynthia
> On 4/10/08, Wyldceltic1 <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Gosh, I thought both Pump and CGMS could be hand in hand. After
>> all, one
>> of the pumps actually reads the data from the MM-Mini sensor, no?
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