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Re: [IP] Re: {IP} Clinisest

 Why in heavens name, in this time, are we discussing Clinitest and Testape?
Although someone /several have said thank god we are no longer there, that we
now have real, useful technology to be thankful for. Amen to that.

--- On Fri, 12/31/10, Denise <email @ redacted> wrote:

> From: Denise <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Re: {IP} Clinisest
> To: email @ redacted
> Date: Friday, December 31, 2010, 8:44 AM
> My first glucometer used a gray
> plastic strip with a white paper-like circle, which was
> where the drop of blood went.  Then it sat for 45
> seconds and then it was rinsed off and stuck in the
> meter.  That was in 1982 and after my daughter dropped
> it several years later, it was replaced with something a
> little faster, neater and more accurate.  Denise
> On 12/31/2010 4:28 AM, Lori Willey wrote:
> > When I was finally diagnosed in 1966 after a year of
> not knowing what I
> > had,
> > etc etc., I used the TesTape. My smart kid little
> trick was, run it
> > under water
> > in the sink, and tell Mom I was negative, so I could
> eat or drink what I
> > wanted....bad kid, bad kid.
> > I remember my first glucose meter. When I moved to PA
> in 1983, I went to a
> > vocational rehab place, and got one. It was the size
> of a netbook now it
> > seems.
> > Huge thing!! Now I use the Contour USB, what a change
> in everything we
> .
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