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Do you try to include family members of patients in diabetes education classes?
Yes, I encourage patients to bring a family member(s) to one class.
 
Yes, I encourage patients to bring a family member(s) to every class.
 
No, I don't feel it's important for family members to be there.
 
It depends on the patient.
 

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by Brenda Bell
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