Re: [IP] Re: the good old days
Hopefully in another 20 years diabetes will not be around anymore. It would
be fantastic to know that our children and grandchildren will not have to
worry about this monster.
On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 7:28 PM, Clint Randolph <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I have been lurking in the background on this thread amused since I was
> diagnosed only in 1995. Then as you began to recount stories I realized
> that I
> was actually one of the caregivers(LPN) during the Clinitest and Acitest
> Now as a T1 and a pumper, I too realize how technology has improved for
> care. Just in the 30 years I have been. Paramedic I have seen our care
> drastically improve. Imagine where we will be in another 20 years.....
> Clint, Jax, FL
> T1 Ping/Dexcom 2010
> Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sandy Kauffman <email @ redacted>
> Sender: email @ redacted
> Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2011 16:17:29
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Reply-To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IP] Re: the good old days
> I was diagnosed in 1964 and had to clean everything. There were no
> disposable anything for diabetes then. The insulin pump was as big as a boy
> scout pack. So technology has come a very long way. by the way I have 46
> years with this monster.
> On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 3:17 PM, CANDICE WILSON <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Many of us who were diagnosed 30+ years ago (like myself, 1972 and older
> > sister 1956) like to do a "remember when..." on occassion. So you newbies
> > can maybe realize how much technology has made life so much simpler in
> > comparison to "back in the day."
> > Why in heavens name, in this time, are we discussing Clinitest and
> > .
> Saundra L. Kauffman
> NRTI Instructor
> 3104 State St.
> Erie, Pa 16508
Saundra L. Kauffman
3104 State St.
Erie, Pa 16508
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