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Re: [IPk] people on non-flexible regimes

On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, you wrote:
>>What I forgot to mention is that he has an HbA1c of around
>7, which is pretty good.
>That's a very good example of how different regimes suit different people!
>What angers me is when people who are obviously not doing well aren't given
>other options by their medical staff.
>It's good to hear that people can achieve good HbA1c's on two shots a day,
>since there's so many on this regime!

True, but it's also an example of why the HbA1c isn't the be-all and
end-all. Within this seemingly good control, there are a lot of peaks and
troughs which aren't apparent (especially if you don' t test much).
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