Wahowiak, Lindsey
October 2014
Diabetes Forecast;Oct2014, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p50
The article discusses Sarah Dobbins, who created comic books for raising awareness about diabetes. The topics discussed include use of comic books by health care professionals to communicate with patients, a one-panel comic strip "Dica de Diabetes," created by her and Hannah McLane, and blogger Kim Vlasnik's website located at www.textingmypancreas.com containing personal experience of diabetic patients created.


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