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[IP] Re: Washington Post readers -- what was that?

> there is a picture with the caption
> "Instead of having to give herself shots every day, Dalyce Wilson, 10, has
> pump that helps regulate her insulin levels.  <snip> The girl is holding
> her shirt and pushing an object against her skin just above and to the
> of her navel, looking at it very intently.  The bottom and top of the
> appear flat, the body is rounded, with about 2/3 dark and larger, the top
> third clear.  There appears to be tubing coming out of it, which hangs in
> front of her pants for the few inches below her beltline shown.  I haven't
> been able to figure out what this is, or what she could be doing, anyone
> know?  <snip>
> Linda Z

Could this be The SimpleChoice patch infusion set that Spectrx is working on
and the girl is in a trial? See it at: http://www.spectrx.com/SC_patch.asp.

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