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Steven V. Edelman, MD Founder, Taking Control of Your Diabetes (TCOYD), 501c3 2009 American Diabetes Association — Diabetes Educator of the Year

“In reference to your newsletter Diabetes in Control, I have been a reader ever since I attended a CE you gave at FASCP 2 years ago. I am always looking for information that would be useful for our staff and have found that your newsletter is a very quick read and I can select the things that are important to me very quickly and easily. I have begun using your “Test Your Knowledge” as part of the weekly quiz we give to our doctor of pharmacy residents. I also use a lot of the information to help educate the physician residents (emphasis ours), during the weekly class sessions that our staff teaches.

I think that every pharmacist should subscribe to your newsletter and have introduced my (colleagues) at regional meetings in the past.”

Jeff Bush, PharmD Bayfront Medical Center Pharmacy

“You guys do a fantastic job of quick and easy-to-read reporting for those of us who are inundated with information but cannot always manage the time to read everything either. Thank you for this valuable service. There is a special place in diabetes heaven for you.”

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“I have been reading Diabetes in Control for the past 6 years. I receive a lot of email newsletters each week and often have to select the ones that are the most valuable and forgo the rest. Your newsletter is always on my must read list. The information is concise and very informative. We have encouraged all our pharmacists as well as prescribing clinicians to subscribe to the newsletter. We have numerous pharmacist residents and interns, and your website archives and articles are used by many of them for research and presentation preparation.”

SAUMIL PATEL Assistant Director Pharmacy
Tampa General Hospital

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