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Taking Your Diabetes On A Cruise

by Jan Chait

Bon voyage and have an enjoyable trip. And if you’re sitting in seat 23A on the airplane, look in the pocket in front of you. If you find the novel I was in the midst of reading, let me know how it turns out.

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