In a recent column, Ann Landers said: "A person who would inject himself or herself at the dinner table in the presence of others exhibits gross insensitivity and very poor manners." What do you think?
Poll dates: November 29 - December 6, 1998
Total Votes: 507
People with diabetes face many challenges each day. If you inject insulin, one challenge you may face is the need to inject insulin while you are at a restaurant or other public place. While Ann Landers feels that injecting insulin in public is unacceptable, our readers overwhelmingly disagree. 82% of respondents feel injecting insulin in public is acceptable and do it themselves. Only 4% agree with Ann Landers.
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