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Letter from the Editor: Philadelphia AACE

Steve, Andrew and I are in Philadelphia at the 21st Annual Scientific Conference of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists this week and we have been going full force to find the most intriguing information for you. In addition to covering the usual presentations and seminars, we have interviewed major …

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Letter from the Editor #626:

Each week I see insulin using patients who are not in control. It doesn’t seem to matter if they are type 1 or type 2, old or young, rich or poor, they all have high A1c’s and wide swings in blood glucose levels. When we look carefully we find that …

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Editor’s Desk DCMS #84

Is it intensity or duration that gives the best results when you exercise? This week’s Clinical Text helps us to maximize both for our patients and what the differences are when you have diabetes. Our Disaster Averted gets serious about the problems that can happen when newer, younger physicians don’t …

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