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Reade Heskamp says CPAP machine works for him

Alternative, eight year user says: Possible death

Reade Heskamp writes:
I too urge Mr. Raddock to stay with his CPAP, but I'm astonished at the difficulties he is having. I'm in my 8th year, on my second design...an extremely SIMPLE 3 point unit which intereferes with absolutely nothing. The blow part fits in the nose, with a single strap running over the ears to on the back of the neck, and another single small strap running over the top of the head. There are no other parts. It is on and off in about 3 seconds and touches no other part of the body. The alternate: possible death. You just don't have a knowledgable supplierl and mine is no cost, my insurance covers it. --Reade Heskamp
Comments re article 58595 David M Raddock CPAP Misery Come hell or High Water



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