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Default Another type holder for tube meals

I know a large percentage of those with peg tubes on this forum have the dangler style, instead of a button, but, if you or your loved one does have a button, this "cup holder" has been helpful for me.

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Default Re: Another type holder for tube meals

I have a button and my husband does all of the feedings. I have bulbar als.
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