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Re: [IP] Diabetes or Dialysis



I bet it is intentional!  When I went for my pump training, my insurance
required a 1 - 4 day hospital stay.  I'll tell you what, nothing makes you
want to control your BG any faster or better than spending a couple nites in
a Diabetes ward at a hospital!  I was at the Diabetes Treatment Center at
Mercy Hospital in Miami, (which has put more people on the pump than any
other hospital in the state), and a walk down those halls made you really
want to get control and keep it!
Daivd
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From: Donna <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, May 24, 1999 10:11 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Diabetes or Dialysis


> That was probably planned that way they can tell you that is what can
happen to
> you if you don't take care of your diabetes. *L*  I would make a
convincing
> scare tactic.
>
> Donna
>
> email @ redacted wrote:
> >
>  I always wonder if the following was a major
> > plan or it just happened...
> > The only way to get to the inpatient endocrinology unit is by walking by
the
> > Renal Dialysis area.  They even have the rooms opening into the hallway
and
> > sometimes the doors are not completely shut.
> >
> > Marilyn
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