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Re: [IP] I'm wearing a continuous glucose sensor!

Mary Jean Renstrom wrote:
>  The FDA is slower to approve
> this because of concerns of "over-correction" on the part of the patient.
> However, I would welcome a way to just glance down and see what my bg is
> without having to poke my finger!

So is that to say that we can't "over-correct" while using finger

What I would want to see is the trend -- could be my BG is 80 at the
moment -- is it going up, stable or going down? 

Of if my BG is 250, same question. 

I can do that with fingersticks, it's just a literal pain. So what
difference would it make????

But then, I don't think like a bureaucrat!!!!!
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