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When you spot another person with diabetes, do you feel compelled to acknowledge them?
Yes! I'd invent a secret handshake if I could!
 
I do, but the possible reaction stops me.
 
No, but I wouldn't mind someone coming up to me.
 
No. This disease is too private to bring up with/in front of strangers.
 
Why say anything at all?
 

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