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Re: [IP] MiniMed and One Touch

 I'll have to agree with Bill on this. I want to see what is happening on the
meter, not just the pump. The meter doesn't have a backlight. Even if the data
is transmitted to the pump, I don't always want it that way. I'm not even going
to use the dern thing. I can't calibrate as many times as I test, and I'm fairly
confident I'll forget to turn that feature off.

dx 1985 at age 32 
MM 522 8/07 
CGMS 12/07

-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: "Phyllis" <email @ redacted> 

> Bill; it's on the pump. I look at the pump when in the dark and use its' 
> backlight. 
> Phyllis 
> > Where Oh Where is the Back lite? Nice meter maybe but for diabetics and 
> > without a backlight? What were the engineers and designers thinking 
> > about? 
> > Darn shame. 
> > 
> > Bill 
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