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To help keep things in perspective, Michael estimates that it costs him at
least $25,000 a year to keep the list going. As the list grows, the costs
only increase.

> I'm a newcomer to the list and recent pumper (Aug00). Living in the Bahamas makes it difficult to get the intensive support/info I need to deal with Type I diabetes, and more specifically, the insulin pump.  I would venture to say that there are few pumpers in Nassau, so I look for support elsewhere and find a good deal of it
> here on this list when we stick to topic. Thanks, Michael and IP team for your efforts in keeping the list going-my small donation of $25.00 is in the mail.

Susan R.Bahama Sue

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