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The latest clinical and political news for Australian diabetes educators
And whether vitamin E can help
Clinicians need to address the high lifetime risk: report
Barriers prompt new guideline review
Is such testing clinically cost-effective? We'll see.
Study shows significant weight loss can be achieved without bariatric surgery
Screening and referrral rates are falling short of what's needed, specialists say.
These agents could transform clinical care, clinicians say.
Hear from Prof Stephen Twigg on the latest innovations in insulin therapy
International consensus has been reached on how it should be used.
Turning the spotlight on how a very common disease is being misrepresented by movies.
Pancreatogenic diabetes has higher incidence in adults than type 1.
But there are some gaps to be closed for Indigenous patients
Do the agents accelerate glycaemic deterioration?
But so-called type 3c diabetes is more common than type 1 in adults.
Changes recommended in diabetes testing
He tells how a farmers' radio show led to his first publication.
We need to fill an evidence gap on cardiometabolic harm, researchers say.
Large study also shows it doesn't worsen glycaemia.
But there's renewed concern over a link to suicide.
It reduces neonatal complications.
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