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Old 07-12-2010, 09:20 AM
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Default Re: Relion N will be Humulin N; Changeover is causing shortages of Relion N

Thanks for the update! It's good to know that it's not a long-term problem due to the switch.

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Thanks so much for the update!
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That is good news. Will check it out tomorrow.

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It's sounding like most Walmarts will have made this switch by now. Let us know whether your Walmart is nowing selling Humulin N as Relion or is still selling it as Novolin N.

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I live in florida and my walmart has changed over. I didnt even know it was happening
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