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As I have perused the web, I’ve found a number of sites which claim Elizabeth Taylor had diabetes. Given that she denied it just two years ago, as of this moment, I am still quite skeptical of her diabetes status. My thought is to keep an eye on the news and to see what is released by her doctors, her family, and her publicists.