From St. Paul, Minnesota, USA:
I have type 1 diabetes, and next summer I am planning a cross country trip. How can I keep my insulin at the proper temperature?
There are a number of products (travel cases, etc) that can be purchased to assist you in keeping your insulin protected from heat during summer travel. with this. You may wish to look at the FRÍO Cooling Wallet as an example. Also, a on-line search for "diabetes travel" topics will provide you with additional links.
Original posting 6 Jun 2002
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