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Does your diabetes care doctor take the time to talk to you?
She talks, but she doesn't listen.
20%
She listens, but she isn't always good about giving me information.
40%
She's strictly name, rank, and serial number.
20%
Yes - she's a great listener and communicator.
20%

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by Brenda Bell
One of the online diabetes groups I belong to (but don't frequently post to) is geared towards "frum" (Orthodox or "observant") Jewish people with (mostly type 1) diabetes. Most of the chat on the mailing list centers around people needing last-minute supplies before Shabbat or a holiday, where to acquire supplies and get medical help when visiting Israel, and advice on which pump is best for one's type 1 child — in other words, the usual sort of diabetes chatter, but...