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Old 07-22-2016, 11:01 AM #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: MedicAlert

Larry had one for his other conditions before ALS. As we found when he actually needed an ambulance while alone at one point, they aren't always perceived, but if you are out or home alone, still worth having. He had the dog tags. If you have DNR-type wishes, that would be an extra place for them as well. Drugs, untreated conditions, treated conditions...I encourage people to have a one-page summary sheet in the glove compartment, on the frig, in your work desk as well.

And let me use this opportunity to remind everyone to have an ICE entry in your phone!
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