Wear a Pump in Style

Company Offers Children's Clothing Designed to Hold Pumps

| May 1, 2002

Pump Wear, Inc., of Latham, New York, is offering clothing and accessories for children with type 1 diabetes that allow them to wear their insulin pumps in style.

Designed for children from toddlers to preteens, the company's products include the Skateboard Pump Pak, Hearts Pump Pak and Solar System Pump Pak. Boxers and T-shirts with pockets are also available for both boys and girls.

Accessories include diabetes pins supporting the search for a cure and carb counter labels to help children identify the number of carbohydrates in foods while they are at school.

For more information, log on to pumpwearinc.com or contact Pump Wear by phone at (866) 470-7867.

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Categories: Adolescent Boys, Adolescent Girls, Diabetes, Diabetes, Food, Insulin, Insulin Pumps, Kids & Teens, Type 1 Issues

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