W hile fear of needles makes sense on many
levels, it’s a whole different ball game if you
have to use them everyday to inject life-
sustaining medicines. So what can you do if you or a child
or partner has the affliction? We come up with some tips
-- and some kit -- to help on page 10.
As an extention of that investigation, we also have
a brief history of insulin pumps on page 16. With one
infusion set being inserted every three days or so, you
save on a whole bunch of injections, amoung the other
benefits, so we look back at the reasoning behind insulin
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