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Has having diabetes changed the way you view other diseases?
Having diabetes makes me more worried about developing other diseases.
 
Having diabetes has not changed the way I view other diseases.
 
Having diabetes makes me more informed about other diseases, but I am not more concerned in any way.
 
Having diabetes is enough for me. I barely think about other diseases.
 

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