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[IP] Traveling with MiniMed

I just found out something I didn't know -- if you're traveling to an
area where MiniMed doesn't have readily available service, they'll loan
you a back-up pump for the time you're away.

I'm going to be traveling in Poland, Germany and Romania for about a
month this summer -- and while I'm sure they have good service in
Germany, I don't know about Poland and Romania -- so one of the CDE's
called MiniMed and found out about this program.

I'm really pleased! I don't expect any problems, but having a back-up
sure seems nicer than having to go back to shots!

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 Natalie A. Sera, with all her ducks in a row!
 Type Weird, pumping!
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