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If you, like blogger Nicole Purcell, were to think about life without diabetes, would there be anything you would miss?
Absolutely not. I can definitively say I would not miss a thing about diabetes.
56%
I think I might miss being in tune with my body.
7%
I might actually miss not having to plan my food choices as much as I do.
7%
I would miss the community the most!
2%
I would miss having something forcing me to exercise regularly.
5%
Without diabetes, I don't think I would be as on time with my medical appointments, which keep me on top of my health.
6%
I think I would overall miss being organized.
0%
I can't think of anything I would miss, but I think I would miss something!
11%
There are other things I would miss.
1%
Total votes are 243
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