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Robert E. Ratner, MD, Q2: What is the ADA doing to prevent diabetes and prediabetes?

Robert E. Ratner, MD, talks about how the ADA is working to identify prediabetes and delay the onset as much as possible of diabetes. He explains that screening is extremely important and that this process also provides an opportunity for intervention. He also emphasizes that lifestyle modification is the first step and that the Diabetes Prevention Program has provided a lot of data to work with and model programs after.