Diabetes Management Journal FEBRUARY 2019

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Diabetes Management Journal February 2019

Diabetes Management Journal February 2019 References


NEWS & VIEWS REFERENCES

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FEATURE REFERENCES

p 10-13 A GP approach to managing obesity

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p17-19 Managing Sick Days

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p20-21 Self-monitoring of blood glucose - the controversy

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p23-26 When Steroids meet diabetes

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P32 – p33 Food Stuff – Ketogenic diets

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