From that site you can find your their webpages and DC and local offices.
Mail to Congres ins DC is slow due to security. Consider sending to both the DC and local office. FDA http://www.stripsafely.com/who-to-write/
September [date], 2013
Dear [Representative Last Name],
My name is [First Name Last Name], a resident of [City, State]. I seek your support on an issue that has the potential to harm citizens with diabetes, but one that you have the power to change. I am asking you to empower the FDA to work with a proposed independent system to insure that that glucose test strips sold in the United States deliver the minimum accuracy requirements for which they were approved.
The health and lives of people living with diabetes are being threatened by the inaccuracy of substandard blood glucose test strips flooding the US market. To be a leader on this safety issue, I ask that you please support the system for independent annual testing of diabetes test strip systems a proposed at the September 9th meeting of the Diabetes Technology Society (DTS) in Bethesda, MD, where academic experts, industry, patients, and the FDA presented this possible solution to a serious concern for many Americans. I commend the FDA and DTS for the first steps proposed there. I hope you will too. http://www.stripsafely.com/diabetes-technology-meeting-9-9-highlights/
[2 short sentences: How long have you or your loved one/s had diabetes? Any special thing in your life that is now possible as a result of advances in diabetes care.]
People with diabetes rely on blood glucose meters and test strips to make crucial insulin dosing decisions several times a day. Inaccurate testing can have severe health consequences. Insulin is a leading prescription drug reported to FDA for adverse events.
Three recent independent laboratory studies call into question the accuracy of these tools that people with diabetes, like [my daughter/myself/my father/etc.] need to stay healthy. The FDA and DTS have proposed independent process for post-market inspection of the accuracy expected. They will need your support and oversight to make the program successful.
We are not asking for a change in price, nor are we asking for support for any particular company.
[Representative Last Name], We, the 26 millions of Americans living with diabetes are asking for your help. Empower the FDA to ensure that all glucose test strips sold in the United States meet minimum accuracy standards.
Please have an aide study the Diabetes Technology Society proposal so you can support it as a leading voice in Congress for health.
[Your First and Last Name]