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Rule riles a diabetic test-taker

Says medical equipment viewed as cheating device

Sara Kingsley showed insulin pump mistaken for an iPod. Sara Kingsley showed insulin pump mistaken for an iPod. (Ellen Harasimowicz for The Boston Globe)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / November 3, 2008

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The small device with a digital screen that Sara Kingsley keeps in her front pocket is her lifeline. For nearly a decade, it has injected insulin into her body through slender tubes attached to her back, helping prevent her blood sugar levels from running too high or too low. (Full article: 862 words)

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