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Language "I Have Diabetes" "Pharmacy" "Hospital"
Afrikaans Ek het diabetes Apteek Hospitaal
Arabic Indee almardh as-sukree
(Meaning: I have the sugar disease)
Saidaliyya Musteshfa
Bulgarian Az imam diabetes or Az imam zakharna bolest Apteka Bolnitza
Catalan Jo tinc diabetis Farmàcia Hospital
Chinese (Cantonese) Ngo yau tong liu beng
Chinese text
yek fong
Chinese text
yee yun
Chinese text
Chinese (Mandarin) I have diabetes in Mandarin Pharmacy in Mandarin Hospital in Mandarin
Czech Mám cukrovku Lékárna Nemocnice
Danish Jeg har diabetes or Jeg har sukkersyge Apotek Hospital
Dutch Ik heb diabetes or Ik heb suikerziekte Apotheek Ziekenhuis
Farsi Man Maraze Ghand Daram
Farsi text
Daroo Khane
Farsi text
Farsi text
Finnish Minulla on diabetes Apteekki Sairaala
French J'ai le diabete Pharmacie Hôpital
Gaelic (Scots) Tha an galair-fuail orm
(HAH ahn GAH-layr fooale orrom)
Literally, The diabetes is on me
Ceamadair Ospadal
German Ich habe Diabetes Apotheke Krankenhaus
Ghanaian (TWI) Me wo diabetes    
Greek Πάσχω από διαβήτη
(pasxo apo diaviti)
Gujarati mane madhu meh chhe    
Hebrew Yesh li suceret
Hebrew text
Bet merkachat
Hebrew text
Bet Cholim
Hebrew text
Hungarian Cukorbeteg vagyok gyógyszertár kórház
Icelandic Ég er með sykursýki Apótek Spítali
Italian Io ho il diabete
(pronounced eeo ho..., not eye-o ho...)
Farmacia Ospedale
Japanese Tonyobyo desu
(pronounced "Toe-nyoe-byoe des")
Korean Jo Nun Dang-Nyo Hwanja Imnida
(Literally, I am a diabetes patient)
Yak-Kuk Byng-Won
Latvian Man ir diabets
("ia" pronounced "eea")
("ie" pronounced as in "Vienesse")
("c" pronounced as "ts")
Norwegian Jeg har diabetes Apotek Sykehus
Polish Mam cukrzyce Apteka Szpital
Portuguese Eu Tenho Diabetes Farmacia Hospital
Romanian Am diabet Farmacie Spital
Russian Oo menya deeabyet
Russian text
Russian text
Russian text
Serbo-Croatian Ja Imam Diabetes Apoteka Bolnica
Slovak Mám cukrovku Lekáren Nemocnica
Slovene Imam diabetes or Imam sladkorno bolezen
(Meaning: I have sugar disease)
Lekarna Bolnisnica
Spanish Yo tengo diabetes Farmacia or Botica Hospital
Swedish Jag har diabetes Apotek Sjukhus
Tagalog Ako ay may diabetes Botika Ospital
Thai "Chun pben bow-wahn" for female speakers
"Phom pben bow-wahn" for male speakers
Turkish Seker hastasiyim Eczane Hastane

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