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Is the current economic situation affecting your diabetes care?
Yes. One or more in my home are now unemployed and uninsured.
 
Yes. We are working but diabetes care costs have risen.
 
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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