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Re: [IP] Glucogon "not necessary"

I had one perscription filled but it expired and I did'nt refill.  My
insurance would not pay for it??  I never needed it and thought with the
pump I would'nt need it.   Hope not.
-----Original Message-----
From: Jessica Marder <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Monday, November 22, 1999 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Glucogon "not necessary"

>my endo writes me a perscription for 6 glucagon kits annually... (and i've
>finally convinced my pharmacy that the RX really is* for 6 kits all
>together, not 1 kit and 5 refills...)  since i don't always sleep at home
>i spread them out...  1 at my parents', 1 at my boyfriend's, 1 in my
>backpack, 1 in my apartment in my room, 1 with my roommate (she keeps it
>where she knows it is...)  and 1 with a friend who was one of the first
>people to learn how to give me a shot... (sort of for "historical"
>reasons...)  i pay a co-pay as with any other RX...  and yes, i do believe
>that glucagon is necessary... i've never had to go to the ER with a severe
>hypoglycemic reaction, in part because my family has always kept glucagon
>on hand...
>Jessica Elena Marder
>email @ redacted
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