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Afrezzauser
Sam Finta in Atlanta GA.,Father, Business Owner, Type 1 Diabetic. I was a Patient in the Afrezza Trials. FDA AdCom Speaker No.1
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Afrezzauser Jun 13
The Dexcom G6 will be available in the U.K. and Ireland this month and is expected to be introduced into other European countries later this year.
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Afrezzauser May 28
I am aware of this. It is still amazing to see how much time these people spend attacking with no supposed financial ties.
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Afrezzauser May 28
Very sad to see these seeking alpha articles attacking & . The writer says no compensation or positions in the company.A nice guy trying to save everyone from this wonderful drug? Just doing community service warning strangers on Memorial weekend?Total joke!
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Afrezzauser May 28
I just read a seeking alpha article where a writer is attacking and mannkind. He poses a lot of question about the trial I was on which I explained in my blogs.
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Afrezzauser May 27
, Please drop the "autopilot" references and call it "driver assistance." It makes ignorant people think that you can keep your hands off the wheels. There is no such thing as autopilot as you are supposed to keep your hands on the wheels.
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Afrezzauser May 26
A lot of off-label stuff going on in my post. lol. This is ok as I never worked for Mannkind and dont work for them contrary to the idiotic accusation from the past. Off-label is life. Of course, I would never tell anyone to use expired
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Afrezzauser May 26
Replying to @gettyalex
I always said there is more than one way to get the desired results but the common denominator is always I would encourage new users who are hesitant to try out a box and keep it around for super highs. Keep us updated Alex!
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Afrezzauser May 26
I ate for about an hour and also had a margarita so I will be taking a follow up dose when my sugar turns up and crosses 150. I do expect that to happen and will post final results.
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Afrezzauser May 26
I let my sugar got to 190 to test out this expired 8u that set in the car over the winter & in the heat for six months.I took the 8u & ate 2 hamburgers, and now I am at 131 almost 2 hours after the meal. What you got on that & ? Nothing!
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Afrezzauser May 26
I was cleaning out my 2nd car and found a pack of 8u as pictured. It expired last month while sitting in the car for six months in the heat and cold. A sunflower seed shell got in there as well in case anyone wondered what that was. I will run a test on this today.
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Afrezzauser May 25
Replying to @afrezzauser
My Dexcom transmitter died, and my backup was dead also in Punta Cana, so I went to finger pricks for one week just like on the trials. It was fine. Just check sugars 1 and 2 hours after a meal and do a follow-up dose of if needed, Very simple!
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Afrezzauser May 25
Please read my tweets 1-7 and let me know if you agree with everything I have stated as you and I have a combined 7 years on
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Afrezzauser May 25
Let's see what information is released from the study, and perhaps that will help doctors and patients to understand dosing. Part 7
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Afrezzauser May 25
The bottom line is that if patients who are trying are not refilling it does not matter how many commercials or ads or how many people try it in the new script number. The refill rate is horrific. Part 6
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Afrezzauser May 25
I still speak to many about who I come in contact with for about 45-60m on the phone, and they all get it by the time we are finished talking. I do not recall any fails with people that I have spoken to in person or over the telephone. part 5
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Afrezzauser May 25
does require looking for the need to do a follow-up dose or not. Myself, , and many others respond by keeping an eye on our or finger pricking 1hr and 2hrs after a meal. part 4
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Afrezzauser May 25
Diabetes is not the same every day, so adjustments are needed. The effects of insulin needs are noticed right away when on , and we can respond quickly. Managing diabetes with Afrezza is much easier, but it is not an autopilot. Part 3
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Afrezzauser May 25
Even with new scripts at only 300 a week with the refills should be growing at a faster rate. Perhaps the DATA coming out soon will highlight follow up dosing. Follow-up dosing is not always required, but sometimes several are needed. part 2
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Afrezzauser May 25
Looking at how low the refill rate is on and my experience with diabetics my opinion is that everyone is underestimating the need for follow up doses. It won't matter if new scripts are 2000 a week if refills stay in low 200s. The refills should be growing...... part 1
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Afrezzauser May 24
Thank god for on my RT trip to Dallas on the same day. Left at 6am and got home at 2am. I stayed between 70-150 18 out of 20 hours. Afrezza just makes life so much easier.
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