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It’s (Not) the Patient’s Fault

A lot of doctors don’t understand how difficult it is to make major lifestyle changes of the sort that most everyone agrees will help to control type 2 diabetes. “Lose weight!” they’ll say, although you may have been trying to lose weight for most of your life and not succeeded. “Get more exercise!” they’ll say, […]
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