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Your PCP May Not Be Aware of Pre-diabetes Risk Factors So You Need to Be

Primary care providers (PCPs’) are often the first physicians people see when presenting with symptoms or risk factors of diabetes so they are in unique position to help catch cases of pre-diabetes before progression into type 2 diabetes takes place. Researchers conducted a survey to find out how aware PCPs’ are of the risk factors that […]
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