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Heebie 05-07-2020 03:24 PM

Medical Supplies?
 
Hello,
I had a temporary medical condition for which I needed significant supplies to manage... when I got the surgery to reverse the condition... I had a lot of supplies left over.
Is there a proper category to put these in, and is it allowed to offer medical supplies? I only want to offer the ones that are still in sealed packages, and have disposed of all the partially used packages.

(these are the the management of a stoma, specifically.)

Chris P 05-07-2020 03:38 PM

from Admin
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Heebie
Hello,
I had a temporary medical condition for which I needed significant supplies to manage... when I got the surgery to reverse the condition... I had a lot of supplies left over.
Is there a proper category to put these in, and is it allowed to offer medical supplies? I only want to offer the ones that are still in sealed packages, and have disposed of all the partially used packages.

(these are the the management of a stoma, specifically.)

Hi Heebie,

Sorry to report that the giving and taking of medical supplies is prohibited on JumbleTown.

Please see #2 in our "Prohibited Items List" in the User Guide at the link below:
http://www.jumbletown.ie/forums/user...erguide.htm#wc

Regards
Chris P
Admin

Heebie 05-07-2020 03:47 PM

Thanks.
 
Thanks for the clarification. None of these are medications test/kits etc., more appliances, which is why I sought clarification.

Chris P 05-07-2020 03:59 PM

from Admin
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Heebie
Thanks for the clarification. None of these are medications test/kits etc., more appliances, which is why I sought clarification.

It was good of you to think about passing these items on, Heebie, but we are obliged to prohibit them for health and safety reasons. Kind of a non-too-subtle blanket ban, I know, but that's the way it's always been since JumbleTown's inception 14 years ago.

Thanks again, and take care!

Regards
Chris P
Admin


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