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Re: [IP] None for me

LOL I was told I would get mine the beginning of next week- I don't believe
there is any consistancy with information given to their customer service
Thank you for the info. I will see what these new set-ups r like.
Ginny whose pump is ging back to get fixed :(
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----- Original Message -----
From: Laura Arns <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>; <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2001 5:27 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] None for me

> >i could get one sample to look at- i would have to pay 49.95 for the
> >inserter. i never get a break- oh well ...
> >does Disetronic have a release infusion set up? i have an aggressive type
> >rheumatoid arthritis and and have restricted finger wrist hand use.
> When I called, they offered to send a free sample set also (that's
> right, just one. hope Shane doesn't have a crimped cannula or anything
> from it or he won't have much of a "trial"), but not the inserter. As
> someone else pointed out, these sound a lot like the Disetronic
> "ultraflex" sets (probably the same thing in different packaging). I
> talked to D last week and they said the ultraflex was going to be
> available for kids starting March 1, and everyone else a few weeks
> later. Maybe if you explained your special circumstances they would be
> willing to get you some sets on the March 1 release. (of course MM said
> it could be 2-3 weeks before we received the sample because they are
> still waiting for the instruction pamphlets to arrive, so by the time we
> get it, it will probably be about the time that D has the ultraflex
> ready to go...)
> Laura
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