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Re: [IP] leave the old set in



Yes, I agree.

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>Re saving unused insulin and injecting it back into the fresh insulin 
vial.
>Even though it has worked this would not be considered good practice.  
The
>reason being, there is always the possible risk of contamination 
occuring
>during that process, no matter how careful you might be.  Understanding 
this,
>I guess you can do as you desire.  Good luck and healthy pumping.
>Yale
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