Diabetes Travel Case Travels to Market

The Medport Daily Organizer.

| Aug 1, 1999

A new diabetes travel case called the Daily Organizer holds three days of supplies, including insulin and a glucose meter.

The Daily Organizer, from Medport, comes with a refreezable ice pack to keep insulin cool, and a temperature monitor to make sure the insulin remains at the proper temperature. A separate compartment keeps a monitor at room temperature.

The retail price is $18.99, which includes a free brochure with tips on diabetes care while traveling.

The Daily Organizer is available by calling (800) 299-5704.

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