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How do you think current health care reform plans will work for people with diabetes?
I think our needs will be met the same as or better than today.
 
I think our needs will be covered but will be more of a battle.
 
There are pros and cons, but I'm still for it.
 
I think they've got it wrong and I'm worried.
 
I can't make head or tails of any of it.
 
I don't know what the plans are/how they will affect me.
 

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by Lindsey Guerin
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