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Does your employer know your rights?
Yes, there are private areas to test in, flexible lunch breaks, time off for doctor visits etc.
 
Yes, my employer does but my co-workers don't.
 
Not really, it's a subject that isn't discussed or openly acknowledged.
 
No, there are no private areas to test in, lunch breaks are not flexible, taking time off is hard.
 
It's not an issue because nobody knows I have diabetes.
 

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