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[IP] RE: I've had it.

     The other side:  You made an appt. with a new endocrinologist to get a 
letter of medical necessity, not for his clinical abilities.  He tried to 
save you $.  Had the diabetes educator been able to do that, she would be the 
heroine of the story.  The endo was out sick; that gave the diab. educator an 
increased work load. She did offer to get a letter out by the end of the 
week; under the circumstances, that seems fairly reasonable. The professional 
staff does understand how important pumps are, but they don't really know 
YOU, as a person. You've been there once and under stressful circumstances. I 
suggest you have a contingency plan several months before your next warranty 
runs out.
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