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RE: [IP] Buying cannulas separately



Thanks - I'll try it. :-)

Just disconnect, suck the insulin out of the tubing back into the
reservoir, detach the tubing, attach the needle that you insightfully
saved, and refill the reservoir; then reattach the tubing, prime it, and
reconnect. Voila!

Obviously this is not company-recommended practice, but it works.

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