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Would you ever use cell phone or wireless device technology that helped you track blood glucose and manage your diabetes?
Yes, I love new technology and would be the first to use it.
 
Yes, but reluctantly.
 
Maybe. I'm undecided.
 
No. I'd rather use my computer.
 
No. I prefer pen and paper.
 

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by Chris Stocker
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