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Do you prefer for inquisitive people to approach you about your diabetes on the job?
Yes! I believe in each one, teach one.
 
Yes and no. Depends on who is asking.
 
No. I like my privacy.
 
No one knows I have diabetes and I want to keep it that way.
 

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