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Re: [IPk] study comparing CSII (pumps) and MDI

> There's a report from Reuters Medical News of a study comparing
> pumps and MDI. It found no difference in the outcomes. I think this
> study could be used either way: the people who ran the study says it
> demonstrates that people with diabetes should have a choice of
> delivery methods. But it could be used to keep people on MDI when
> the want/need pumps. Additionally, it seems this study used 13
> people on pumps and 14 people on injections. Perhaps someone can
> explain to me whether a study so small can actually contribute
> something statistically significant? Anyone?

Contact Jim Hansfield on the US list. He's a government statistician 
and has a good understanding of these things.
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