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Is the current economic situation affecting your diabetes care?
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Yes. We are working but have no insurance.
 
Not really. I am pinching pennies but it's all good.
 
No. Things are the same.
 
No. It has actually gotten easier for me lately.
 
Not yet, but I am concerned.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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