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Re: [IP] Re:Lifescan's "One Touch" software

Back when my insurance company would cover OT strips I used a OT II and a
Profile, and got the data cable direct from Lifescan for free.  I didn't
bother buying their software, since there was a pretty good freeware program
available (Vic Abell's Touch2).  There is at least one other one available
now as well, called Glucose, I believe.  If you're interested in these and
can't find them using Lycos or Alta Vista or whatever, let me know and I'll
dig up the links.

At 13:35 3/4/98 +0000, Kevin wrote:
>I'm terrible about writing things down and have considered purchasing
>Lifescan's "One Touch" software so that I can download info from my
>meter into my computer. Does anyone do this or have experience with this
>software? Is it worth the $59.95 that it costs?

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