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How often do you worry about diabetes complications?
I worry all the time, usually every day.
 
Complications are on my mind at least once a week.
 
I think about it maybe a few times a month.
 
I worry very infrequently, maybe a few times a year.
 
I don't worry about complications until the topic comes up.
 
I never worry about diabetes complications.
 

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