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When it comes to managing your diabetes, do you feel like you are in it alone?
Very much so, but I wish I weren't.
0%
Except for my doctors, I don't feel like I have anyone else.
27%
Sometimes, but not too often.
28%
I think I have great support.
31%
I wish! I have TOO much help!
1%
Absolutely, but I prefer it that way.
10%
Total votes are 544
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