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Re: [IP] day 2

email @ redacted wrote:
>  Actually they are medical residents,doctors, not patients. (vbg)
>  Barbara B. >>
> Ah, but will they be patient trainees and pumpers?

Hey -- they'll HAVE to be -- make 'em wear the pump for a week, and do
ALL the routines -- that'll teach 'em!!!

If they're only hooked up for a short time, and don't have to watch what
they eat and test, then they still won't have a clue as to what diabetes
REALLY means -- the only sad thing is that they can't REALLY experience
a low or a high -- they won't FEEL icky like we do.

I know it's hard for docs to understand that, and really wish we could
let them walk a mile in our shoes!

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 Type Weird, pumping!
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