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Re: [IP] Inhaled Insulin

email @ redacted wrote:
> << I don't see any advantage to
>  inhaled insulin -- you have to carry around this clunky device,  >>
> Isn't the pump a clunky device? and you sometimes have to take it out in
> front of people .. so it might not make a difference to some people if it
> works .. I agree with the other stuff that was said just found that statement
> funny :-)

Not as clunky as an inhaler! And I don't have to hold it up in front of
my face and puff on it! I can bolus with the pump in my lap, and
usually, no one notices it.

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