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If a diabetes emergency occurs when you are alone, do you have a plan of action ready?
Yes, and I know it works because I've had to use it.
 
Yes, but so far I haven't had to use it.
 
No, but I'm working on it!
 
No. I'm not sure what to do.
 
I haven't thought about it.
 

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by Nicole Purcell
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