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Travel Tips

by Tara Dairman

One company that carries a variety of brands and products designed to protect and transport diabetes supplies is The Insulin Case Shop, located in Plymouth, Minnesota. You can browse the company’s carry cases, “pump packs,” cooling products, and more at their Web site, www.insulincase.com, or call them toll free at (877) 829-8024. The Insulin Case Shop also sells its products through www.amazon.com.

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