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Should there be more distinction made between type 1 and type 2 diabetes?
Yes. The differences need better recognition.
No. The differences are clear enough and another name change would be confusing.
I really don't understand what the differences are.
Why does it matter?

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By Lauren Mandel, GoHealth Insurance If you are diabetic, you’re not alone: According to Diabetes.org, 9.3 percent of Americans — or more than 29 million people — suffer from diabetes. Thankfully, with the passing of the Affordable Care Act, those with diabetes can no longer be forced to pay more for coverage because of their pre-existing condition. However, health care costs can still be expensive. How can...