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Fame, fortune, and diabetes. It's not such an unlikely combination. In a world where image is everything, well-known entertainers are often hesitant to reveal their real lives with diabetes. But things have been changing in the world of movies, TV, and music. Celebrities are talking about their diabetes, screenwriters are working it into movie plots, and even the stunt animals are getting in on the action. Test your knowledge of celebrities and diabetes. We bet you'll learn a thing or two!

Reviewed by Constance Brown-Riggs, MSEd, RD, CDE, CDN 08/14.

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