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Re: [IP] Wow! What a response!

And, also the long acting insulins are so unpredictable...I think/believe 
the long acting insulins causes a lot more problems than just being on the 
fast acting, Humalog, Regular...


>From: "Andrew M. Jacoby" <email @ redacted>
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Subject: [IP] Wow!  What a response!
>Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2000 21:09:44 -0500
>Perhaps the word obstacle was unfortunate.   I didnt mean to give
>everybody the impression that my wife was that big a roadblock.  Actually,
>shes very supportive and helpful in my management.  She just feels that I
>shouldnt fix anything thats not broken.  I have felt very much the same
>way, up until now.
>I received a packet of information from Minimed and am reading through it
>now.  I think that the biggest difference between what I am doing now (and
>for the past 5.5 years) and pumping is that the normal pancreas only 
>one kind of insulin.  It just makes more when one eats.  When I take a long
>acting insulin, Im not really simulating that same process.  Right?
>Yall go easy on my wife, now.
>Andrew M. Jacoby
>email @ redacted <mailto:email @ redacted>
>email @ redacted <mailto:email @ redacted>
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