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Diabetes Management Journal MAY 2018

Diabetes Management Journal May 2018 References

NEWS & VIEWS REFERENCES

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p10-12 Bariatric Surgery:

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p14-16 Independent overview of diabetes medication plus

p18-19 Hypoglycaemics at a glace:

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p20-22 Fit for it: Exercise and diabetes complications

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p24-26 Unashamedly Metformin:

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p28-29 Reality Check – Managing diabetes in the immigrant population

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p32-34 Food Stuff: Cheap eats

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