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In the past year, have you ever hidden your diabetes from someone?
Yes, in the workplace.
 
Yes, in social and/or dating situations.
 
Yes, from neighbors or acquaintances.
 
Yes, in one or more of these situations.
 
No way.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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