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Would you wear a continuous blood glucose monitoring device?
Yes! I think it's a great tool to manage my diabetes.
 
I'm not sure. I''d try it out and then decide.
 
Maybe in the future, once the technology is further along.
 
No. I don't want to be plugged in all the time.
 

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