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Editor’s Letter

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Gestational Diabetes: www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/position-statements


p10-14 Diabetic Cheiroarthropathy – A commonly overlooked complication of diabetes

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p16-18 Common Medicines that affect glycaemic stability

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p20-22 Pancreatic islet transplantation

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p24 – p26  Working towards sustained self-management of diabetes

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p28 – p30 Reality Check – Beyond the gym: exercise options for (almost) every diabetes limitation

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p32 – p34 Food Stuff – It’s Counterintuitive! Malnutrition in obesity

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