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p18-21 Polypharmacy and deprescribing

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p22-24 Tai Chi for diabetes

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p30-31 Reality Check – Emotional challenge of long-term doctoring

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p32 – p34 Food Stuff – Coeliac disease and diabetes: dietary strategies

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