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Hi,

I'm thankful to say I don't have diabetes, but have developed an interest in the disease because of my grandfather (who has type 2 diabetes) and my recent project providing diabetic supplies online.

I am here to learn as much as possible and how best to create an online shopping experience that benefits people with diabetes.

We are in the process of relaunching our website and any feedback on what you would like to see when shopping for diabetic supplies is appreciated.

Nice to meet all of you,

lalit
 

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Hi,
I'm thankful to say I don't have diabetes, but have developed an interest in the disease because of my grandfather (who has type 2 diabetes) and my recent project providing diabetic supplies online.
I am here to learn as much as possible and how best to create an online shopping experience that benefits people with diabetes.
We are in the process of relaunching our website and any feedback on what you would like to see when shopping for diabetic supplies is appreciated.
Nice to meet all of you,
lalit
Hey There lalit: Welcome.

Since you have Diabetes in the Family, I hope that you are taking
Good care of yourself so you won't get it(or at least keep it at bay
until you are really old). Nice pic BTW.

I haven't had the need to shop online for drugs so I can't help
you there. Other than....

1. Price, of course.
2. Reputable supplier and country the drug came from.
3. I don't know if it's common practice but can the drug
sites be certified by the BBB? That would make me feel better.

There are many fraudulent drug sites supplying fake or
contaminated drugs. The US and Canadian authorities have
been shutting the bad one's down in both countries for some
time now. Some claim to be Canadian when actually they are
based in another country so they are not Canadian. Pretty scary.

Good luck with you business.
 
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