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Re: [IP] Pump won't go to waste

J Hughey wrote:

> J Hughey wrote:
> > > Lurline,
> > > How many boxes were included with your pump when it was delivered? I'm
> glad
> > > you are a generous person and will donate it to someone needy.  You will
> get
> > > a tax write-off if it goes to a charitable organization.
> >
> > -What do you mean how many boxes wee delivered?  It was one box.
> > Lurline
> Most people are so overwhelmed with all the boxes and equipment that are
> sent with this little bitty instrument. The total comes to around $7,000
> including start-up supplies (I received a year's worth of supplies with
> mine). I'm wondering where you are storing all these boxes of sterile
> infusion sets and reservoirs, as well as preps/wipes and shower pack, etc.
> Unless this was a very unusual situation, I haven't heard of MiniMed sending
> out just a pump without the necessary tools/equipment for its use -- or it
> would be useless to the user.
> It also sounds like your diet has you very well under control. However, your
> bio says that nothing you have tried in 20 years has worked so you will try
> pumping. I hope you find something that works well whatever your decision.
> ܰ
> J Hughey

I just have a box with the pump there was a book on training and that was about

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