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Giving away Jevity

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Ucsf_smile
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Joined: Sep 2011

Hi All,
We are moving and have a few left over cases of Jevity from my mom. Does anyone need any? There is a $14.95 flat rate box that will fit about a dozen cans, so you would just need to pay for shipping. Email me if interested. groffalicious at gmail dot com

thanks!

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sandy1943
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Joined: Jun 2010

Where are you moving? I'm hoping this will move your post to the top. You were so far down on mine, I was afraid you'd be missed.
Sandra

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Ucsf_smile
Posts: 81
Joined: Sep 2011

Thanks Sandy! We will stay in the bay area.

If no one here needs it I have a foundation I can call for donation.

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BobHaze
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Joined: Sep 2011

I had 2 cases of Jevity left over when my J-tube was removed. I tried to donate them to 2 local Ho****e organizations, the hospital’s cancer center, and a free clinic, and all told me they were prohibited by OSHA regulations from accepting anything that had been in a patient’s home. Can you believe it: your tax dollars at work! "I'm from the federal government and I'm here to help you!"

After a couple of months of trying to give them to someone who needed them, I ended up taking them to the dump. What an expensive and senseless waste!

FEC,
Bob
T1aN0M0
Dx 8/3/11
MIE 9/23/11

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TerryV
Posts: 916
Joined: Jul 2011

Our Nutrionist "recycles" feeding tube formula to other patients. Perhaps yours would do the same?

Worth a shot if you have no takers by the time you pack up.

Best of luck!

Terry

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