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Re: [IP] MM CBGM



Because it has a correlation value of around .63 and the blood glucose
meters are around .90, so they don't want you making insulin adjustments, is
the product is not better than the existing BG devices.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mary Costello" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 3:21 AM
Subject: [IP] MM CBGM


> I know this may been known by most diabetics here, but
> why isn't the MM Continuous Glucose Monitor available
> as a permanant blood sugar monitoring method?  And why
> is the screen blocked so that sugars are only known 3
> days after the fact?  Someone told me it would be
> dangerous for diabetics to know their BS all the time
> since no one knows what to do with such extensive data
> on glucose levels.  That's completely absurd and there
> must be another explanation. Is there any hope it will
> be available sometime soon for individuals on a more
> permanent basis?   Thanks!
>
> Mary
> dx age 10
> pumping 2.5 yrs
>
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