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Thanks for the heads up on the savvy accessories!
I have no ideal why people think that a chronic illness equals bad taste.

Do manufacturers think that the more ugly, cheap, and positively hideous they make our accessories look, the more healthy we'll think they are for us??
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I got my medical alert bracelet from this place and I LOVE it.

https://www.hopepaige.com/pc/viewCat_P.asp?ProdSort=0&idCategory=8&page=2&iPageSize=5
I got the last one on the page. To me if I am going to live with a chronic illness I am going to personalize it. I even have the skins for my pump, groovy patches for infusion sets. Just today a friend sent me a cell phone charm which I attached to the sports shield that I put over where the battery goes and those sticker jewel things on my pump case.

Wow, that med ID bracelet is absolutely scrumptious!

Cody, great link! These are fantastic med alerts!

Yes, design matters!!

Did you hear about the The DiabetesMine Design Challenge, now open at...
https://www.diabetesmine.com/2008/04/2nd-annual-diab.html

* a competition designed to foster innovation in diabetes design and encourage creative new tools that will improve life with diabetes *

We are accepting submissions in two categories: Under age 18, and over 18. Would love your help getting the word out.

Thanks & Regards,
AmyT

i

absolutely

love

the

bracelet.

i

want

one

now.


will

pay

big

bucks.

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