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A couple of points about proprietary blood glucose systems:
1. The One Drop lancets (the pointy things that poke your finger) are clumsy and a pain in the butt to use, imho. They cost about 15¢/lancet.
2. The Accu-Chek Fastclix Lancing device and Lancets are easy to use, imho. They cost about 7¢/lancet.
3. The One Drop test strips run about 50¢/strip. The going rate for Amazon's generic "Choice" test strips is about 17¢/strip.
4. Amazon's generic "Choice" meter ($24) also supports Bluetooth and HealthKit.
Do the math. At 2 to 4 tests per day it really adds up.
As I understand it, per reports from some pretty sketchy sources, this guy has claimed to have been funded by both the Trump campaign AND the Russian government at the same time during the 2016 election. Mueller is also rumored to be looking into coordination between the GOP, the Trump campaign and the Russian government to target and inundate independent voters in specific voting districts with spam, presumably orchestrated by this guy. My point is that this is not just a sideshow. If this guy has corroborating evidence and chooses to flip to shorten his sentence, he could bring down the President of the United States.