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[IP] Alocane instead of Ela-max or Emla cream

>From: "Eric Olson" <email @ redacted>
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Subject: Alocane instead of Ela-max or Emla cream
>Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 16:21:39 -0400
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>I already tried to post this and it didn't seem to work, so let me try again:
>I discovered a cheaper alternative to ela-max or emla cream to numb the
>infusion site prior to insertion of the set.  Alocane emergency room burn
>cream has the same ingredient in the same strength as ela-max but is much more
>reasonably priced.  My daughter, who is the pump wearer, says it works better
>than ela-max.
>I paid $12.00 for 5 grams of ela-max.  I got 4 OUNCES of Alocane at
>Drugstore.com for $15.48 ($9.99 plus $5.49 shipping).  This amount will last a
>very long time.  A nice bargain.  Ellen
>Eric and Ellen Olson
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