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Re: [IP] Re: airport security

Apparently, you can.  I had been working from outdated information.  It's 
perfectly OK to put modern bg meters through the X-ray machine.


At 07:15 PM 10/11/01 -0400, you wrote:
 >I have not flown since I became a diabetic.  This might be a stupid
 >question, but why can't you put your test kit or meter through the x ray
 >machine?  I will be flying and cruising the first week in December and I
 >could use travel advice.  I just started pumping 9/10/01.
 >----- Original Message -----
 >From: "Liz Davis" <email @ redacted>
 >To: <email @ redacted>
 >Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 2:36 AM
 >Subject: Re: [IP] Re: airport security
 >> I sent my carry-on stuff through the X-ray machine and no one questioned
 >> it, to my great surprise.  I had the usual difficulty in not sending my
 >> test kit through the machine--they told me to send it through, I told them
 >> I couldn't, turned it on, and told them what it was--but that was about
 >> Please take note that this happened before we attacked the Taliban, so
 >> things may be different now.  My feeling is that at that time security had
 >> not gotten any better at all.  That made things easier for me, but I'm not
 >> sure it was a good thing.
 >> Of course I had to wait an hour and a half to reach the check in booth but
 >> I guess that was to be expected given all the airline company layoffs and
 >> the fact that I arrived at the airport at 5:00 am for a 7:30 am flight.
 >> Liz
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