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How many people are living with diabetes in your home?
I am the only one in my home, but not in my family.
 
I am the only one in my home and in my family, as far as I know.
 
There are 2 of us in my household.
 
We have 3 people with diabetes in my house.
 
4 or more people have diabetes in my house.
 
It's not in my house, but in the home of a loved one.
 

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