Up until twelve years or so ago, the drug companies used to give away a basic version of this. I have HIV disease with complications and thus have a daily pill burden of 30 pills or so. What the hell? They're keeping me alive! Each compartment is large enough to take the entire complement of pills for that time of day. The outer case is impressive and explains the high price, being made of an admittedly thin leather, together with a press stud closure - no more finding that the box has "leaked" and scattered several days' pills through my backpack! I like this box very much and would recommend it unreservedly to any non-vegan with a high daily pill burden.
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme(What's this?)
Amazon sent me two of these cover and apparently want separate reviews for each of them. The elastic holding the Kindle in place is beginning to get that old, stretched out feeling, although this hasn't made removing and replacing the Kindle any easier, and important consideration for someone with even mild difficulty using their hands. The outer cover seems to be made from some sort of vinyl which has a vaguely slippery feeling to it. It's easy to imagine it falling from your hands on public transport if there's a sudden bump. It's going to be replaced by a simple leather cover.
This book, which Iíd eagerly awaited since learning of its impending publication, is one of the most difficult books Iíve read. Not because itís written in an impenetrable style, or full needs a dictionary of drugs or a medical qualification, but because of its matter-of-fact accounts of the confusion, terror, hope, tears, love, support, defiance and strength that we people with HIV have lived with for the past thirty-odd years.
I bought the Kindle edition on Tuesday morning and found myself surprised to have finished it on Saturday evening. Although the Kindle edition doesnít have real page numbers, the final 25% of the book consists of the most detailed index I think Iíve ever… Read more