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Re: [IPk] Medic alert

Hi Duncan

Thanks for the comments, I have sent for a catalogue from MedicAlert and
from MediTag.   I think maybe a chain one would be better for now.  I want
something that she won't be able to get off too easy by herself as I know
she will lose it.


Ps have you had any luck with your sailing trip?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Duncan Barnes" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: 13 July 2001 22:44
Subject: [IPk] Medic alert

> Hi Jackie
> I have one of the fabric bracelets but I'am still asked to remove it when
playing sport. The main
> metal piece with the information on it is still there and there is a short
piece of chain at either
> end of that connecting it to the fabric so it is still dangerous. From
personal expierence I would
> say that the chain one is better, you may have to remove it when playing
sport but it is much more
> comftable than the fabric one. As long as the teacher knows that your
daughter has diabetes which
> they should do she should not need to be wearing the bracelet during PE.
> Duncan Barnes
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