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I've been on the MM507C for about 2 weeks and have a question from you =
experienced pumpers.  I wear my pump clipped to my belt and am concerned =
about the exposure of the infusion set tubing at the pump.  Any =
suggestions on how to protect the tubing will be greatly appreciated.  I =
do not want to bend the tubing so that it crimps and cuts the flow of =
insulin.

Thanks,

Tommy

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have a question from you experienced pumpers.&nbsp;&nbsp;I wear my pump =
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