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RE: [IP] assistance

If you reside in Canada please refer to SUGAR (http:\\www3.sympatico.ca\sugar.tthomson\
This is a new charity for diabetics in Canada and if you reside in Canada you may qualify.   Please submit email directly to  myself and I can find out more for you.	
Terry Anne Thomson
President/Founder of S.U.G.A.R.	

-----Original Message-----
From:	The Raymond Family [SMTP:email @ redacted]
Sent:	Thursday, January 28, 1999 7:05 PM
To:	email @ redacted
Subject:	Re: [IP] assistance


I originally received a donation for my pump through a local Diabetes
Support Group.  I submitted my invoice to my employment insurance, with
copies of supporting letters from the endocrinologist, family doctor, and of
course a copy of the DCCT results.  They took about 6 months but finally
approved and reimbursed the full cost of the pump.  

My tubings and supplies are now reimbursed by my employment coverage (I have
changed jobs and plans) but it still takes about 6 weeks for reimbursement.

Without 3rd party insurance, sometimes Kiwanis or Kinsmen, Lions or similar
groups (even your church group) would be approachable for financial help.
They often appreciate a presentation about diabetes and pumpers to the
group.  Good Luck! Nancy(from SW Ontario)

How does the coverage in the USA work?

At 03:39 PM 1/28/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Anyone in Canada have any luck getting assistance for a pump?  My insurance
>company doesn't cover insulin pumps, just the supplies.
>Tara Dufour
>Hargreaves, Charbonneau & Associates
>Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/

Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/

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