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What prevents you from getting the tests recommended to help manage your diabetes?
I don't have a doctor directing my diabetes care.
I have a doctor, but he/she didn't recommend additional screenings.
I can't afford all the tests I need.
I don't have time to get all my screenings.
I don't have transportation to get to my screenings.
Too overwhelming/ can't remember all the exams I need.
I don't know which tests I need to take.
I don't see a need for some tests.
I am on top of all the tests my doctor recommends.

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