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Have you seen Dr. Nat Strand's latest vlog on transitioning to college? If you had diabetes in college, which of the issues discussed in the video did you struggle with the most?

I had a hard time working with a local a pharmacy.
 
Food was my nemesis!
 
I had issues with including friends in my diabetes management.
 
It was hard to work with a local physician or get home to see mine.
 
Focus (organization) was my struggle.
 
Freedom from my parents was tough on both of us!
 
My biggest issue was revealing my diabetes in the first place.
 
I was battling peer pressure a lot of the time.
 
Diabetes wasn't my struggle, it was others' ignorance instead.
 
I struggled with all of these!
 
No real struggles. I managed my diabetes pretty well while I was in college.
 

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