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RE: [IPk] 8 - 10 blood tests a day...



Hi Martin

Sorry, I didn't see yesterday's messages.  As you say, it's amazing that a
country in such strife is at the forefront of technology with a product that
people all over the world are waiting for.

Do let the rest of us know what you find out.

Lesley

-----Original Message-----
From:	Martin Seitler [SMTP:email @ redacted]
Sent:	07 August 2002 15:39
To:	email @ redacted
Subject:	Re: [IPk] 8 - 10 blood tests a day...

Lesley :

Orsense is clearly the company in Israel that has developed this product
that I referred to yesterday that you are watching on the internet with
baited breath. It looks a tremendous breakthrough. I hope it isn't 2004
though. I have e mailed them to ask when it might be available here. It is
amazing that a country torn apart by Palestinian suicide bombers still
manages to develop a product that could vastly improve the quality of our
lives. It is a real tribute to the country.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Lesley Jordan" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2002 2:45 PM
Subject: [IPk] 8 - 10 blood tests a day...


> Thanks everyone for your replies.  On 4 injections a day, I got good
control on an average of 2 tests a day, and at one point it was suggested I
loosened my control slightly!  However, in the meantime, my lipo has become
a problem, and I've started exercising, so I find I need to test more often
anyway.
>
> At the moment, I find blood testing is more or a pest than a pain - like a
pause in the day before you can carry on.  I guess this is one attitude
adjustment I'll have to learn.
>
> Like some of you, I'm also rather unexcited by the GlucoWatch.  I've been
watching out for non-invasive meters via the internet.  My odds-on favourite
at the mo is on www.orsense.com - uses NIR technology and no consumables.
And it's scheduled for release (in America) later this year.  Which means
middle of 2004....
>
> Does anyone on this list have a DiaPort?
>
> And finally, how do I switch from "browse" to "individual emails"?
>
> Thanks for your support.
>
> Lesley
>
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