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Re: [IP] RE: new wireless One Touch meter??



Send it to me, or donate it to a needy individual.
:)
--- Barbara Pancari <email @ redacted> wrote:

> Hello -
> Has anyone else received (completely unsolicited) a
> new One Touch "wireless"
> meter?  I arrived home from work yesterday to find a
> large box containing this
> meter.  I didn't read all the information, (I'm
> feeling overwhelmed these
> days) but evidently it has the capability to send
> test results wirelessly to
> the Paradigm meter.  I guess this would only be
> useful if one uses the Bolus
> Wizard.
> 
> Any reaction from anyone about this?  I probably
> will not use it.
> 
> Thanks & regards,
> Barbara> Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 03:44:49 -0700>
> From:
> email @ redacted> To:
> email @ redacted> Subject:
> insulin-pumpers-digest
> V10 #861> > > insulin-pumpers-digest Friday, April
> 25 2008 Volume 10 : Number
> 861> > > > PLEASE edit the subject line of your
> reply messages.>
>
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> This issue of the digest
> contains:> RE: [IP] Amplifying Minimed alarms> [IP]
> giving up> RE: [IP]
> Amplifying Minimed alarms> Re: [IP] giving up> Re:
> [IP] New reservoir without
> new insertion set?> Re: [IP] giving up> Re: [IP]
> giving up> Re: [IP]
> comparison of sensor gauges ?> RE: [IP] comparison
> of sensor gauges ?> Re:
> [IP] giving up> RE: [IP] US MMM Customers about
> Lifescan> RE: [IP] giving up>
> [IP] meter problems> Re: [IP] US MMM Customers about
> Lifescan> Re: [IP] New
> reservoir without new insertion set?> Re: [IP]
> giving up> Re: [IP] giving up>
> Re: [IP] US MMM Customers about Lifescan> RE: [IP]
> comparison of sensor gauges
> ?> Re: Progilr og kris aguilar [IP]> double vision
> [IP]> RE: double vision
> [IP]> Re: [IP] giving up> Profile of Tim Kendrick
> <email @ redacted>> RE:
> [IP] giving up> Re: [IP] meter problems?> Re: [IP]
> meter problems?> >
> Apr 2008 15:24:43 -0600> From: Sue Kinzelman
> <email @ redacted>> Subject:
> [IP] giving up> > Where is there a good source of
> inspiration to never give
> up> even though you are (I am ) faced with huge
> challenges. I think a couple >
> of people mentioned> a few books or something. I
> don't understand what value
> there is having > a life with physical challenges.>
> What is there to be
> learned or gained or valued from all of this?> .> -
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> Apr 2008 14:44:22 -0700> From: Wyldceltic1
> <email @ redacted>> Subject: Re:
> [IP] giving up> > Growing up with blindness from
> premature birth the at 28
> becoming type > 1 and going through later
> developments ofthe ROP, I think I
> can answer > this to a point.> > I've heard and read
> all sorts of adages, one
> of which is something > akin to 'troubles dn't give
> us character, they reveal
> it'.> > I fought pretty much through life to get
> things others take for >
> granted: good schooling, jobs, getting around,
> etc..., it is these > successes
> that make life good. I don't think it is a case of
> just > 'learning' from
> affliction... The fact is these are just part of who
> > we are. You are so much
> more than 'a diabetic', your gifts to this > planet
> and the people thereof is
> what should be concentrated on.> > Yeah, this stuff
> is a very big PITA, but
> the fact of it is, we just do > what we gotta do and
> continue to thrive the
> best we can. What you're > feeling is a part of this
> life we all have, it's
> disgustingly normal > to ask 'What for?' . Heck, I
> think everyone asks this
> question every > day.> > Kick hind end and take
> names, girlfriend!> >
> Transmogrified via my beautiful iPhone!> Jenny
> Sutherland>
> <http://web.mac.com/Wyldceltic1/>> > > On Apr 24,
> 2008, at 2:24 PM, Sue
> Kinzelman <email @ redacted> wrote:> > > Where is
> there a good source of
> inspiration to never give up> > even though you are
> (I am ) faced with huge
> challenges. I think a > > couple of people
> mentioned> > a few books or
> something. I don't understand what value there is >
> > having a life with
> physical challenges.> > What is there to be learned
> or gained or valued from
> all of this?> > .> .> -
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> Apr 2008 15:55:29 -0600> From: Sue Kinzelman
> <email @ redacted>> Subject:
> Re: [IP] giving up> > Yes! I'd say you are more than
> qualified! Lately I seem
> to have lost > perspective. I am very lucky in a lot
> of ways, have way more
> than a lot > of people. I have a home, a husband,
> and a lot of resources as
> far as a > little space to grow some food, an art
> shop. It's like no matter
> how > much I have, I still feel like I'm lacking
> something. I just don't see >
> how people who have even more challenges than I do,
> stay happy and > motivated
> and seem to do fine.... even better than fine - a
> lot of the > time. Am I just
> a big spoiled brat and no matter what happens I will
> > not be happy as long as
> I have diabetes. (?) I've had type 1 for 18 > years
> and I'm *still* kicking
> and screaming about it.> ;-)> It's like I need a
> good kick in the butt but I'm
> not sure how to > accomplish that.> thanks...> >
> Wyldceltic1 wrote:> > Growing
> up with blindness from premature birth the at 28
> becoming type > > 1 and going
> through later developments ofthe ROP, I think I can
> answer > > this to a
> point.> .> -
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> Apr 2008 17:39:43 -0500> From: "george lovelace"
> <email @ redacted>> Subject:
> Re: [IP] comparison of sensor gauges ?> > On Wed,
> Apr 23, 2008 at 11:26 PM,
> Doug - Insulin Pumpers> <email @ redacted>
> wrote:> > Anyone have GOOD
> info on the gauge if the various CGMS sensors ?> >
> Some of the older ones were
> like harpoons> > Would love to see the gauge of the
> MM vs Dexcom vs Navigator>
> > >
>
http://diabetesnet.com/diabetes_technology/continuous_monitoring.php>
> > >
> Don't know how "Good" the info is, but those
> Navigator Sensors sure> seem to
> be a lot smaller.> > George> .> -
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> Apr 2008 19:17:51 EDT> From: email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] giving up>
> > In a message dated 4/24/2008 4:28:58 P.M. Central
> Daylight Time, >
> email @ redacted writes:> > I don't understand
> what value there is having >
> a life with physical challenges.> > > > > Are you
> saying that having diabetes
> is "having a life with physical > challenges?"> >
> Liz from Michigan> > > >
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> .> -
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> Apr 2008 16:37:43 -0700> From: "Harvey, Judy"
> <email @ redacted>>
> Subject: RE: [IP] giving up> > Sue,> > In addition
> to diabetes we are also
> very vulnerable to depression.> > There are many
> resources available today to
> check whether you are> experiencing a form of
> depression or even an imbalance
> of T3 in your> thyroid.> > I think you should
> recognize your feelings and
> examine whether you may> be experiencing some of the
> physical symptoms of
> depression. > > Usually I have the opposite problem
> of not wanting to admit
> that I am> different with diabetes, but yes there
> are 
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