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  1. #1
    Phyllis Hart
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    Default Glucose meter - Ann

    Most insurance companies will supply you with a meter and the test

    strips if you're diagnosed with type 2. If you don't have insurance,

    check with your local hospital and see if they will supply you with the

    supplies. Also, your local health department may be of some help.

    Most hospitals now have a diabetes education department where you can

    get information. Type 2 diabetes is at epidemic stages so there is

    usually some help if you can look around. If your in a small town

    area, check with a larger town near you.

    I know I turned in 2 meters that I had to our diabetes education unit

    at the hospital so they could give them to someone who didn't have

    insurance or needed one badly. My insurance sends me a new one every 2

    years. I have to test 5 to 6 times a day since I"m on insulin. If you

    have any questions that you think I may know the answer to, feel free

    to email me anytime Ann.

    Phyllis








  2. #2
    Alma
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    Default Glucose meter - Ann

    Did I miss a post? Is there someone out there who needs a meter?









    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Phyllis Hart" <beaniehart@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Most insurance companies will supply you with a meter and the test

    > strips if you're diagnosed with type 2. If you don't have

    insurance,

    > check with your local hospital and see if they will supply you

    with the

    > supplies. Also, your local health department may be of some

    help.

    > Most hospitals now have a diabetes education department where you

    can

    > get information. Type 2 diabetes is at epidemic stages so there

    is

    > usually some help if you can look around. If your in a small town

    > area, check with a larger town near you.

    > I know I turned in 2 meters that I had to our diabetes education

    unit

    > at the hospital so they could give them to someone who didn't have

    > insurance or needed one badly. My insurance sends me a new one

    every 2

    > years. I have to test 5 to 6 times a day since I"m on insulin.

    If you

    > have any questions that you think I may know the answer to, feel

    free

    > to email me anytime Ann.

    > Phyllis

    >










 

 

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