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Tried the Vaseline, but the swim pack sports guard still filled up.  The
water just leaks in slowly.  It happened four different times, and scared
Brit so that she won't use it for swimming any more.  I guess maybe the
pressure from diving and all, I don't know.  I have found that lots of the
time things that work for some just don't work for others. But, it is great
to try it all and do our very best.  God bless, Tina

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> From: Susan K <email @ redacted>
> To: email @ redacted
> Cc: tina yancey <email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Disappointed in Minimed supply "rules"
> Date: Friday, May 07, 1999 7:04 AM
> 
> Tina,
> 
> If it is the MM Sports Guard case you are referring to, try
> putting "Vaseline" around the open edges before you close
> it up ... helps seal it better!
> 
> Good luck.
> 
> 8^)
> 
> --- tina yancey <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Hi Sue,
> >   I am new to this site.  I read what you were saying
> > about mixing the
> > silhouettes and the soft sets.  I have had the same
> > problem.  I have to go
> > through Bscientific Diagnostics in Dallas.  My insurance
> > is Blue Cross and
> > Blue Shield and mini med is not on their"LIST"  I get so
> > tired of hearing
> > what is not on their list.  Well, bscien. is, so they buy
> > what I need from
> > mini med and then I buy from Bscien.  I have to pay my
> > copay up front too. 
> > Brit likes the silhouettes better.  She says that they
> > don't hurt like the
> > soft sets.  I guess because she is firm and doesn't have
> > a lot of fat
> > tissue.  Any how whatever, she likes them better and that
> > is what matters. 
> > But, she like your daughter would love to be able to
> > disconnect quick with
> > the handy quick release feature that comes with the soft
> > set.  They won't
> > let us get two kinds at once 50-50 either!  There is also
> > another little
> > girl in our community who also complains the same thing. 
> > You know what I
> > think would be great is if the silhouette could come with
> > a quick release
> > feature instead of that hard to do at site disconnect. 
> > Brit has to wear iv
> > 3000 tape over her site to keep her clothes from rubbing
> > and she takes 4
> > dance classes a week and all those wild moves would also
> > pull out the
> > infusion a little, but not with the tape there.  The tape
> > really
> > helps....except for when it comes to disconnecting!  She
> > always just keeps
> > her pump on even when she takes a shower.  She puts it in
> > the swim pack and
> > hangs it on the shower door.  But, for swimming the swim
> > pack does NOT cut
> > it.  We do it all perfectly but that swim pack fills up
> > with water.  So,
> > she must disconnect when swimming.  Sometimes pulling the
> > tape off makes
> > the infusion mess up and so change out early time.  I
> > know that I have gone
> > on too much.  So sorry.  But it would help a lot of
> > active kids if the
> > silhouette had a quick release!!  Could we lobby mini
> > med?  Oh, well,
> > thanks for letting me rave on.  Tina  email @ redacted
> > 
> > ----------
> > > From: email @ redacted
> > > To: email @ redacted
> > > Subject: [IP] Disappointed in Minimed supply "rules"
> > > Date: Friday, May 07, 1999 12:51 AM
> > > 
> > > Hi folks.
> > >   Today I received a call from Minimed, confirming my
> > order I placed for 
> > > Amy's supplies. I asked for 3 boxes of Sof-Sets and 2
> > Sils, as Amy will
> > be 
> > > using the Sils more and more in the "swimwear" months. 
> > I was told I
> > cannot 
> > > mix sets in an order! This is due to the fact that all
> > sets have the same
> > 
> > > insurance code, and if purchased in the same order,
> > they cannot
> > differentiate 
> > > the cost. I asked them if this was not something they
> > thought about
> > fixing. 
> > > The reply was "No.". So, if I want both types of sets,
> > I have to wait 90
> > days 
> > > (min. $ amt. they will ship) and again order. If I wait
> > 90 days, summer
> > will 
> > > almost be over! And I can't risk getting all Sils now,
> > as we have only
> > tried 
> > > them 2 times and I'm just not sure Amy is too keen on
> > the idea!  Also, we
> > 
> > > have NEVER had any problem getting supplies for Amy -
> > they bill our
> > insurance 
> > > and any remaining costs have been billed to us and
> > promptly paid. Today
> > I'm 
> > > told everyone must now pay up front what insurance will
> > not cover before
> > the 
> > > shipment is even sent. I think this stinks! Of course,
> > she will make an 
> > > exception "this one time" since Amy's supplies should
> > have been mailed
> > out 
> > > last week and she's close to running out!
> > >   I guess I would like to know from anyone out there -
> > How is the mail
> > supply 
> > > order businesses handling pumping supplies? Any
> > hassles? We would only
> > order 
> > > pump supplies, as her insulin is purchased where I
> > work. What do you all 
> > > think?
> > > 
> > > Sue
> > >
> >
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> > > Insulin Pumpers website http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/
> > > for mail subscription assistance, contact:
> HELP@insulin-pumpers.org
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> <html><head></head><BODY bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><p><font size=3
> color="#000000" face="Lucida Calligraphy"><b><i>Hi Sue,<br>
>  I am new to this site.  I read what you were saying about
> mixing the silhouettes and the soft sets.  I have had the
> same problem.  I have to go through Bscientific Diagnostics
> in Dallas.  My insurance is Blue Cross and Blue Shield and
> mini med is not on their"LIST"  I get so tired of hearing
> what is not on their list.  Well, bscien. is, so they buy
> what I need from mini med and then I buy from Bscien.  I
> have to pay my copay up front too.  Brit likes the
> silhouettes better.  She says that they don't hurt like the
> soft sets.  I guess because she is firm and doesn't have a
> lot of fat tissue.  Any how whatever, she likes them better
> and that is what matters.  But, she like your daughter
> would love to be able to disconnect quick with the handy
> quick release feature that comes with the soft set.  They
> won't let us get two kinds at once 50-50 either!  There is
> also another little girl in our community who also
> complains the same thing.  You know what I think would be
> great is if the silhouette could come with a quick release
> feature instead of that hard to do at site disconnect.
>  Brit has to wear iv 3000 tape over her site to keep her
> clothes from rubbing and she takes 4 dance classes a week
> and all those wild moves would also pull out the infusion a
> little, but not with the tape there.  The tape really
> helps....except for when it comes to disconnecting!  She
> always just keeps her pump on even when she takes a shower.
>  She puts it in the swim pack and hangs it on the shower
> door.  But, for swimming the swim pack does NOT cut it.  We
> do it all perfectly but that swim pack fills up with water.
>  So, she must disconnect when swimming.  Sometimes pulling
> the tape off makes the infusion mess up and so change out
> early time.  I know that I have gone on too much.  So
> sorry.  But it would help a lot of active kids if the
> silhouette had a quick release!!  Could we lobby mini med?
>  Oh, well, thanks for letting me rave on.  Tina
>  email @ redacted<br><br>----------<br>> From: <font
> color="#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font
> color="#000000"><br>> To: <font
> color="#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font
> color="#000000"><br>> Subject: [IP] Disappointed in Minimed
> supply "rules"<br>> Date: Friday, May 07, 1999 12:51
> AM<br>> <br>> Hi folks.<br>>   Today I received a call from
> Minimed, confirming my order I placed for <br>> Amy's
> supplies. I asked for 3 boxes of Sof-Sets and 2 Sils, as
> Amy will be <br>> using the Sils more and more in the
> "swimwear" months.  I was told I cannot <br>> mix sets in
> an order! This is due to the fact that all sets have the
> same <br>> insurance code, and if purchased in the same
> order, they cannot differentiate <br>> the cost. I asked
> them if this was not something they thought about fixing.
> <br>> The reply was "No.". So, if I want both types of
> sets, I have to wait 90 days <br>> (min. $ amt. they will
> ship) and again order. If I wait 90 days, summer will <br>>
> almost be over! And I can't risk getting all Sils now, as
> we have only tried <br>> them 2 times and I'm just not sure
> Amy is too keen on the idea!  Also, we <br>> have NEVER had
> any problem getting supplies for Amy - they bill our
> insurance <br>> and any remaining costs have been billed to
> us and promptly paid. Today I'm <br>> told everyone must
> now pay up front what insurance will not cover before the
> <br>> shipment is even sent. I think this stinks! Of
> course, she will make an <br>> exception "this one time"
> since Amy's supplies should have been mailed out <br>> last
> week and she's close to running out!<br>>   I guess I would
> like to know from anyone out there - How is the mail supply
> <br>> order businesses handling pumping supplies? Any
> hassles? We would only order <br>> pump supplies, as her
> insulin is purchased where I work. What do you all <br>>
> think?<br>> <br>> Sue<br>>
> ----------------------------------------------------------<br>>
> Insulin Pumpers website <font
> color="#0000FF"><u>http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/</u><font
> color="#000000"><br>> for mail subscription assistance,
> contact: <font
> color="#0000FF"><u>HELP@insulin-pumpers.org</u><font
> color="#000000"></p>
>
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<html><head></head><BODY bgcolor=3D"#FFFFFF"><p><font size=3D3 =
color=3D"#000000" face=3D"Lucida Calligraphy"><b><i>Tried the Vaseline, =
but the swim pack sports guard still filled up. &nbsp;The water just =
leaks in slowly. &nbsp;It happened four different times, and scared Brit =
so that she won't use it for swimming any more. &nbsp;I guess maybe the =
pressure from diving and all, I don't know. &nbsp;I have found that lots =
of the time things that work for some just don't work for others. But, =
it is great to try it all and do our very best. &nbsp;God bless, =
Tina<br><br>----------<br>&gt; From: Susan K &lt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; To: <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; Cc: tina yancey &lt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&gt;<br>&gt; Subject: Re: [IP] Disappointed in Minimed =
supply &quot;rules&quot;<br>&gt; Date: Friday, May 07, 1999 7:04 =
AM<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Tina,<br>&gt; <br>&gt; If it is the MM Sports Guard =
case you are referring to, try<br>&gt; putting &quot;Vaseline&quot; =
around the open edges before you close<br>&gt; it up ... helps seal it =
better!<br>&gt; <br>&gt; Good luck.<br>&gt; <br>&gt; 8^)<br>&gt; =
<br>&gt; --- tina yancey &lt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font color=3D"#000000">&gt; =
wrote:<br>&gt; &gt; Hi Sue,<br>&gt; &gt; &nbsp;&nbsp;I am new to this =
site. &nbsp;I read what you were saying<br>&gt; &gt; about mixing =
the<br>&gt; &gt; silhouettes and the soft sets. &nbsp;I have had the =
same<br>&gt; &gt; problem. &nbsp;I have to go<br>&gt; &gt; through =
Bscientific Diagnostics in Dallas. &nbsp;My insurance<br>&gt; &gt; is =
Blue Cross and<br>&gt; &gt; Blue Shield and mini med is not on =
their&quot;LIST&quot; &nbsp;I get so<br>&gt; &gt; tired of =
hearing<br>&gt; &gt; what is not on their list. &nbsp;Well, bscien. is, =
so they buy<br>&gt; &gt; what I need from<br>&gt; &gt; mini med and then =
I buy from Bscien. &nbsp;I have to pay my<br>&gt; &gt; copay up front =
too. <br>&gt; &gt; Brit likes the silhouettes better. &nbsp;She says =
that they<br>&gt; &gt; don't hurt like the<br>&gt; &gt; soft sets. =
&nbsp;I guess because she is firm and doesn't have<br>&gt; &gt; a lot of =
fat<br>&gt; &gt; tissue. &nbsp;Any how whatever, she likes them better =
and that<br>&gt; &gt; is what matters. <br>&gt; &gt; But, she like your =
daughter would love to be able to<br>&gt; &gt; disconnect quick =
with<br>&gt; &gt; the handy quick release feature that comes with the =
soft<br>&gt; &gt; set. &nbsp;They won't<br>&gt; &gt; let us get two =
kinds at once 50-50 either! &nbsp;There is also<br>&gt; &gt; another =
little<br>&gt; &gt; girl in our community who also complains the same =
thing. <br>&gt; &gt; You know what I<br>&gt; &gt; think would be great =
is if the silhouette could come with<br>&gt; &gt; a quick =
release<br>&gt; &gt; feature instead of that hard to do at site =
disconnect. <br>&gt; &gt; Brit has to wear iv<br>&gt; &gt; 3000 tape =
over her site to keep her clothes from rubbing<br>&gt; &gt; and she =
takes 4<br>&gt; &gt; dance classes a week and all those wild moves would =
also<br>&gt; &gt; pull out the<br>&gt; &gt; infusion a little, but not =
with the tape there. &nbsp;The tape<br>&gt; &gt; really<br>&gt; &gt; =
helps....except for when it comes to disconnecting! &nbsp;She<br>&gt; =
&gt; always just keeps<br>&gt; &gt; her pump on even when she takes a =
shower. &nbsp;She puts it in<br>&gt; &gt; the swim pack and<br>&gt; &gt; =
hangs it on the shower door. &nbsp;But, for swimming the swim<br>&gt; =
&gt; pack does NOT cut<br>&gt; &gt; it. &nbsp;We do it all perfectly but =
that swim pack fills up<br>&gt; &gt; with water. &nbsp;So,<br>&gt; &gt; =
she must disconnect when swimming. &nbsp;Sometimes pulling the<br>&gt; =
&gt; tape off makes<br>&gt; &gt; the infusion mess up and so change out =
early time. &nbsp;I<br>&gt; &gt; know that I have gone<br>&gt; &gt; on =
too much. &nbsp;So sorry. &nbsp;But it would help a lot of<br>&gt; &gt; =
active kids if the<br>&gt; &gt; silhouette had a quick release!! =
&nbsp;Could we lobby mini<br>&gt; &gt; med? &nbsp;Oh, well,<br>&gt; &gt; =
thanks for letting me rave on. &nbsp;Tina &nbsp;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; =
&gt; <br>&gt; &gt; ----------<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; From: <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; =
&gt; &gt; To: <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; &gt; &gt; Subject: [IP] Disappointed in =
Minimed supply &quot;rules&quot;<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; Date: Friday, May 07, =
1999 12:51 AM<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; Hi folks.<br>&gt; =
&gt; &gt; &nbsp;&nbsp;Today I received a call from Minimed, confirming =
my<br>&gt; &gt; order I placed for <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; Amy's supplies. I =
asked for 3 boxes of Sof-Sets and 2<br>&gt; &gt; Sils, as Amy =
will<br>&gt; &gt; be <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; using the Sils more and more in =
the &quot;swimwear&quot; months. <br>&gt; &gt; I was told I<br>&gt; &gt; =
cannot <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; mix sets in an order! This is due to the fact =
that all<br>&gt; &gt; sets have the same<br>&gt; &gt; <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; =
insurance code, and if purchased in the same order,<br>&gt; &gt; they =
cannot<br>&gt; &gt; differentiate <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; the cost. I asked =
them if this was not something they<br>&gt; &gt; thought about<br>&gt; =
&gt; fixing. <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; The reply was &quot;No.&quot;. So, if I =
want both types of sets,<br>&gt; &gt; I have to wait 90<br>&gt; &gt; =
days <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; (min. $ amt. they will ship) and again order. If =
I wait<br>&gt; &gt; 90 days, summer<br>&gt; &gt; will <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; =
almost be over! And I can't risk getting all Sils now,<br>&gt; &gt; as =
we have only<br>&gt; &gt; tried <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; them 2 times and I'm =
just not sure Amy is too keen on<br>&gt; &gt; the idea! &nbsp;Also, =
we<br>&gt; &gt; <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; have NEVER had any problem getting =
supplies for Amy -<br>&gt; &gt; they bill our<br>&gt; &gt; insurance =
<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; and any remaining costs have been billed to us =
and<br>&gt; &gt; promptly paid. Today<br>&gt; &gt; I'm <br>&gt; &gt; =
&gt; told everyone must now pay up front what insurance will<br>&gt; =
&gt; not cover before<br>&gt; &gt; the <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; shipment is =
even sent. I think this stinks! Of course,<br>&gt; &gt; she will make an =
<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; exception &quot;this one time&quot; since Amy's =
supplies should<br>&gt; &gt; have been mailed<br>&gt; &gt; out <br>&gt; =
&gt; &gt; last week and she's close to running out!<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; =
&nbsp;&nbsp;I guess I would like to know from anyone out there -<br>&gt; =
&gt; How is the mail<br>&gt; &gt; supply <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; order =
businesses handling pumping supplies? Any<br>&gt; &gt; hassles? We would =
only<br>&gt; &gt; order <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; pump supplies, as her insulin =
is purchased where I<br>&gt; &gt; work. What do you all <br>&gt; &gt; =
&gt; think?<br>&gt; &gt; &gt; <br>&gt; &gt; &gt; Sue<br>&gt; &gt; =
&gt;<br>&gt; &gt;<br>&gt; =
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&gt; Insulin Pumpers website <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/</u><font =
color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; &gt; &gt; for mail subscription assistance, =
contact:<br>&gt; <font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>HELP@insulin-pumpers.org</u><font =
color=3D"#000000"><br>&gt; &lt;HR&gt;<br>&gt; =
&lt;html&gt;&lt;head&gt;&lt;/head&gt;&lt;BODY =
bgcolor=3D&quot;#FFFFFF&quot;&gt;&lt;p&gt;&lt;font size=3D3<br>&gt; =
color=3D&quot;#000000&quot; face=3D&quot;Lucida =
Calligraphy&quot;&gt;&lt;b&gt;&lt;i&gt;Hi Sue,&lt;br&gt;<br>&gt; =A0I am =
new to this site. =A0I read what you were saying about<br>&gt; mixing =
the silhouettes and the soft sets. =A0I have had the<br>&gt; same =
problem. =A0I have to go through Bscientific Diagnostics<br>&gt; in =
Dallas. =A0My insurance is Blue Cross and Blue Shield and<br>&gt; mini =
med is not on their&quot;LIST&quot; =A0I get so tired of hearing<br>&gt; =
what is not on their list. =A0Well, bscien. is, so they buy<br>&gt; what =
I need from mini med and then I buy from Bscien. =A0I<br>&gt; have to =
pay my copay up front too. =A0Brit likes the<br>&gt; silhouettes better. =
=A0She says that they don't hurt like the<br>&gt; soft sets. =A0I guess =
because she is firm and doesn't have a<br>&gt; lot of fat tissue. =A0Any =
how whatever, she likes them better<br>&gt; and that is what matters. =
=A0But, she like your daughter<br>&gt; would love to be able to =
disconnect quick with the handy<br>&gt; quick release feature that comes =
with the soft set. =A0They<br>&gt; won't let us get two kinds at once =
50-50 either! =A0There is<br>&gt; also another little girl in our =
community who also<br>&gt; complains the same thing. =A0You know what I =
think would be<br>&gt; great is if the silhouette could come with a =
quick release<br>&gt; feature instead of that hard to do at site =
disconnect.<br>&gt; =A0Brit has to wear iv 3000 tape over her site to =
keep her<br>&gt; clothes from rubbing and she takes 4 dance classes a =
week<br>&gt; and all those wild moves would also pull out the infusion =
a<br>&gt; little, but not with the tape there. =A0The tape =
really<br>&gt; helps....except for when it comes to disconnecting! =
=A0She<br>&gt; always just keeps her pump on even when she takes a =
shower.<br>&gt; =A0She puts it in the swim pack and hangs it on the =
shower<br>&gt; door. =A0But, for swimming the swim pack does NOT cut it. =
=A0We<br>&gt; do it all perfectly but that swim pack fills up with =
water.<br>&gt; =A0So, she must disconnect when swimming. =A0Sometimes =
pulling<br>&gt; the tape off makes the infusion mess up and so change =
out<br>&gt; early time. =A0I know that I have gone on too much. =
=A0So<br>&gt; sorry. =A0But it would help a lot of active kids if =
the<br>&gt; silhouette had a quick release!! =A0Could we lobby mini =
med?<br>&gt; =A0Oh, well, thanks for letting me rave on. =A0Tina<br>&gt; =
<font color=3D"#0000FF"><u>=email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;----------&lt;br&gt;&gt; From: =
&lt;font<br>&gt; color=3D&quot;#0000FF&quot;&gt;&lt;u&gt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&lt;/u&gt;&lt;font<br>&gt; =
color=3D&quot;#000000&quot;&gt;&lt;br&gt;&gt; To: &lt;font<br>&gt; =
color=3D&quot;#0000FF&quot;&gt;&lt;u&gt;<font =
color=3D"#0000FF"><u>email @ redacted</u><font =
color=3D"#000000">&lt;/u&gt;&lt;font<br>&gt; =
color=3D&quot;#000000&quot;&gt;&lt;br&gt;&gt; Subject: [IP] Disappointed =
in Minimed<br>&gt; supply &quot;rules&quot;&lt;br&gt;&gt; Date: Friday, =
May 07, 1999 12:51<br>&gt; AM&lt;br&gt;&gt; &lt;br&gt;&gt; Hi =
folks.&lt;br&gt;&gt; =A0=A0Today I received a call from<br>&gt; Minimed, =
confirming my order I placed for &lt;br&gt;&gt; Amy's<br>&gt; supplies. =
I asked for 3 boxes of Sof-Sets and 2 Sils, as<br>&gt; Amy will be =
&lt;br&gt;&gt; using the Sils more and more in the<br>&gt; =
&quot;swimwear&quot; months. =A0I was told I cannot &lt;br&gt;&gt; mix =
sets in<br>&gt; an order! This is due to the fact that all sets have =
the<br>&gt; same &lt;br&gt;&gt; insurance code, and if purchased in the =
same<br>&gt; order, they cannot differentiate &lt;br&gt;&gt; the cost. I =
asked<br>&gt; them if this was not something they thought about =
fixing.<br>&gt; &lt;br&gt;&gt; The reply was &quot;No.&quot;. So, if I =
want both types of<br>&gt; sets, I have to wait 90 days &lt;br&gt;&gt; =
(min. $ amt. they will<br>&gt; ship) and again order. If I wait 90 days, =
summer will &lt;br&gt;&gt;<br>&gt; almost be over! And I can't risk =
getting all Sils now, as<br>&gt; we have only tried &lt;br&gt;&gt; them =
2 times and I'm just not sure<br>&gt; Amy is too keen on the idea! =
=A0Also, we &lt;br&gt;&gt; have NEVER had<br>&gt; any problem getting =
supplies for Amy - they bill our<br>&gt; insurance &lt;br&gt;&gt; and =
any remaining costs have been billed to<br>&gt; us and promptly paid. =
Today I'm &lt;br&gt;&gt; told everyone must<br>&gt; now pay up front =
what insurance will not cover before the<br>&gt; &lt;br&gt;&gt; shipment =
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