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If you have type 2 diabetes, do you see an endocrinologist?
If you have type 2 diabetes, do you see an endocrinologist?

Absolutely. He/she is a part of my diabetes care team.
 
I am planning to make an appointment.
 
I would like to but I cannot afford it.
 
I saw one once but I have not yet returned.
 
No. I don't see a need for one.
 
I didn't realize I should see one.
 

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