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This article originally posted and appeared in  Diabetes Clinical Mastery Series Issue 44

Editor's Note DCMS #44

Over the past two months we have provided you with a special GLP-1 newsletter. During this time we have seen that the science behind this class of drugs known as GLP-1- Analogs is solid and the results are positive. Many of you asked for more information on how the native GLP-1 found in the body works and how it compares with other hormones such as GIP. This week our Homerun Slides focus on over 30 years of knowledge to bring you some answers.

Our Disaster Averted focuses on how one patient's attempt to do the right thing was thwarted by trying to multitask, and our Case Study this week asks what you should do for someone who seems to have medication mix up.

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This article originally posted 29 July, 2011 and appeared in  Diabetes Clinical Mastery Series Issue 44

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