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[IPk] re News Item
Yes - I was involved in the initial trials and have since been sent their
new demo CD rom (which I have spent most of this afternoon trying to load
onto my PC - my technology problem rather than the CD rom). If you want to
try a demo, it might be worth giving them a call - my contact is Rowan
Norrie who is the Director of Marketing and Sales and can be reached on
Until I have reviewed the new, improved version I would not like to comment
on it - as I am sure it has moved on enormously from what I was using. But
once I have had a look will be happy to share my thoughts! At this point in
time I can not use the software as I am pregnant and it is not good at
factoring in things like that. Not sure if the new version will work with
pump usage - the old one didn't which is why I came out of the trial.
IDDM 22yrs +, Minimed 508 2yrs +
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 23:05:01 +0000
From: "Ian Grant" <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IPk] News Item
In last Sunday's Scotland on Sunday newspaper there is an item as follows:
"A spin-out company from Robert Gordon University has launched a software
system that allows diabetics to experiment with new activities and food
without risking their health. The system developed by Librae acts as a body
double and tells diabetics the effects of lifestyle changes on their
Does anyone know anything else about this? It sounds interesting.
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