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Fonseca, Vivian
April 2006
Diabetes Care;Apr2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p956
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of medical research. "Short-Term Effects of Cognitive Behavioural Group Training in Adult Type 1 Diabetes Patients in Prolonged Poor Glycaemic Control: A Randomized Controlled Trial," by N. C. der Ven et al; "Disparities in Diabetes Care: Impact of Mental Illness," by S. M. Frayne et al; "Effects of Structured Care by a Pharmacist-Diabetes Specialist Team in Patients With Type 2 Diabetic Nephropathy," by W. Y. Leung.


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