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Have you ever cut back on diabetes medication because of financial problems?
Yes, I've taken less medication than prescribed at least once in the past six months.
 
Yes, I've taken less medication than prescribed, but it was over six months ago.
 
No, I've never had to scrimp on my meds.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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