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Re: [IP] Live from New York



yeah, I know what you mean. Actually I would think that the unused insulin would
remain in the
tissue/fat, and wouldn't be  in the blood as much.

Sam wrote:

> At 11:27 AM 9/11/2001 Sue Kinzelman wrote:
>  >yeah, I wonder where  I could find that out. I forget where I heard it was a
>  >felony, ,but I was quite surprised.
>  >It didn't have anything to  do with the health of the donor or whether the
>  >donor
>  >was in good control.
>  >It had to do with the fact that the unused insulin in your blood can severely
>  >affect the recipient or possibly kill the recipient
>  >if no one is aware of the unused insulin being present in the donated blood..
>
> If that were true, then no Red Cross organization would ever take blood
> from insulin-dependent diabetics. However a large number of them do.
>
> Sam
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