Hello Dear Readers,
Just a note to update you on our new DiabetesMine Test Kitchen -- where products designed to improved life with diabetes are evaluated by people who should know how well they hit that mark.
As you hopefully know already, this is a community effort, and we're looking for PWDs interested in creating 3-5 minute review videos of products they're familiar with. See this link about becoming a reviewer.
Our latest review is brought to you by writer and D-advocate Dan Fleshler in New York, who also does correspondence work here at the 'Mine.
Dan's a 50-year diabetes veteran who's seen many a meter come and go. He likes the tiny size and convenience of the True2Go meter by Nipro Diagnostics.
WATCH HIS VIDEO REVIEW now to get the scoop.
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