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Do your patients depend on technology to help them manage their diabetes?
Yes, they use everything from mobile apps to software to stay on track.
 
Yes, but only meters and pumps.
 
Some do, but most don't.
 
No, not at all.
 
I think they would if gadgets were more accessible.
 
I think they would but money is an issue.
 

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by Chris Stocker
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