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Celebrity Chef Paula Deen has shared with the world that she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes 3 years ago. What was your reaction to the news?
What a hypocrite for selling her style of cooking!
 
She should have shared earlier and been a positive role model for people with diabetes.
 
It was her news to share when and how she likes.
 
I am fine with the news, but not the product pitching.
 
If she's serving up diabetes-friendly meals from now on, count me in!
 
I really don't care.
 
None of the above.
 

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