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Re: [IP] Re: Old-Schoolers -- Donna



RoseLea,

I still have my original Accu-Chek II.  I got it in early
1989.  Your post brought back some old memories for me,
too.

:^)


--- RoseLea <email @ redacted> wrote:
> Donna, you brought back some memories I had forgotten
> about... when I first
> started glucose testing, I used to have to drop some
> blood on the strip,
> wait 30 seconds, then wipe with a cotton ball, then wait
> another 30 seconds
> then check with a color chart.  I had forgotten all this,
> I've been using
> meters since the Accu-Chek II came out (I was one of the
> first to get one,
> they made me wait rather than getting the original
> Accu-Chek meter).  It's
> been a long, hard road sometimes, and while it still
> isn't easy, it's gotten
> better, I think.
> 
> RoseLea
> T1 for 37 years, hoping to be pumping soon...




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