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[IPk] Fish (was my diabetic son)

Oddly enough, I have exactly the same reaction to the thought of
injecting fish semen as I do to eating fish eggs: while I am sympathetic
to those for whom exploiting animals in this way is not ethically or
religiously acceptable, I use them without qualms.  But both caviar and
NPH are, in my opinion, over-rated (preferring cod roe and monotard).

It reminds me that a number of years ago I bought some tailipa from
Tesco, partly intrigued by the news that these bottom-of-pond fish,
which are, therefore, low users of oxygen, might offer a potential
benefit to diabetics seeking implantable cells not too bothered about
getting oxygen.  They tasted of mud.  I now know that Tesco, not tailipa
are to blame: these fish should be swum in clear water for a lengthy
period prior to killing them, to rid them of the eau-de-mud.



 In message <email @ redacted>, lisa
robertson <email @ redacted> writes
>lol! i know. i felt the same when i read that.
>>From: "Elizabeth O'Shea" <email @ redacted>
>>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>>To: <email @ redacted>
>>Subject: RE: [IPk] my diabetic son
>>Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2006 12:57:46 +0100
>>Jackie wrote:
>>  >The action of NPH insulin  (one of the older longer acting
>>  >insulins) is prolonged by the addition of protamine obtained from the
>>"milt" or semen of river trout.
>>Now I'm _really_ glad I only used zinc-retarded insulins before I went on 
>>humalog! Of course, I'm sure there are substances that I don't want to 
>>about used in humalog production!
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