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Diabetes Management Journal November 2023 References


From the Ed’s desk

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Experimental hookworm infection reduces insulin resistance in people at risk of T2D

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Aspartame Update

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Semaglutide shows promise in T1D study

  1. Paresh Dandona, Chaudhuri A, Ghanim H. Semaglutide in Early Type 1 Diabetes. The New England Journal of Medicine. 2023 Sep 7;389(10):958–9.

Liraglutide and Associative Learning in People with Obesity

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p10-14 Diabetic Kidney Disease – what’s new?

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p24 – 27 Diabetes emergencies

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p32-34 Dietary management of diabetic kidney disease

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