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Re: [IP] Misconceptions -- Lurline

email @ redacted wrote:

> Lurline wrote:
> > Perhaps I could get rid of the Diabetes rather than the pump.
> > I have not had it inserted yet and backed out of it.
> Lurline,
> One does not HAVE the pump inserted. It's not a surgical procedure, and
> it's no more painful than taking a shot. (Shots are sometimes painful!).
> I agree, you should have done more research and gotten more education
> before plunking down your hard-earned bucks for this gadget; maybe you
> can send it back to the pump company and get a refund.
> But you CAN'T just give it to someone else, unless they have a
> prescription for it, or unless they are willing to pay the cost of
> supplies themselves without being under a doctor's care.
> Good luck,
>  One can return it to the endo and s/he can give to some one who is in
> need.  No problem.  I wasn't thinking of going out on the street cornor
> and handing it to the next passerby.  Afterall, I wouldn't get a receipt
> for it being given as a gift now would I.



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