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Hi all, I'm in need of dexcom sensors for my wife. please contact me at allenandrei at yahoo dot com if you have any extra available
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1994.
do you need any other supplies?
Los Angeles, CA
we only afford paying for the dexcom...we have an omnipod, but it wasn't been used for at least 5 months.
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