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Re: [IPk] to pump or not to pump


I am pretty sure that if you mention training will be done on site with
his/her DNS in attendance for as much of the trraining as the DNS can fit in
you should have no problem - if you do give me a ring and we can sort
something out - Surrey / Hampshire border is no problem

Tel 01203 531 338 or mobile 07803 205 795
Best wishes

John H
-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Reynolds <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 16 August 1999 21:05
Subject: Re: [IPk] to pump or not to pump

>In message <009d01bee7dd$663cc580$email @ redacted>,
>morag_mclaren_minimed <email @ redacted> writes
>>Pat and Di ,
>>Thanks for your comments .
>>In my experience I have found that there are only about 5 to 6 clinics in
>>England where the medical team are really convinced of the benefits of
>>therapy and where the staff are thoroughly qualified to support every
>>of insulin pump therapy .
>Please name names.  If my current specialist says no, I will be looking
>to change clinics.  (I currently live on the Hampshire/Surrey border,
>but might be able to convince a GP in York that I'd moved there).
>Best wishes,
>Pat Reynolds
>email @ redacted
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>   (T. Pratchett)
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