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    Lydia Anne Love,13, was among those who spoke Monday morning of their personal battles with Diabetes. Love and others gathered at the Columbus Government Center as Mayor Teresa Tomlinson announced that the week of September 25,2017 as "Cure Diabetes Week"

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