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Diabetes Management Journal August 2023 References


From the Ed’s desk

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 Endometriosis may increase the risk of gestational diabetes

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Exercise and T2D Prevention

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Embryonic vitamin D deficiency programs haematopoietic stem cells to induce T2D

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First Cellular Therapy to Treat T1D

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New plant-based pro-insulin offers hope for oral T1D therapy

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p10-16 Beyond Type 1 & Type 2: The less familiar types of diabetes 

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p18-20 Living Guidelines: Medication for blood glucose management in adults with T2D

To view the full guidelines visit https://www.diabetessociety.com.au/living-evidence-guidelines-in-diabetes/

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p22-25 Type 1 diabetes: Natural history and prevention

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p26 – 29 PCOS & Diabetes: an overview of revised guidelines

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p32-34 Mediterranean diet & Type 2 diabetes

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