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Nutrition and Obesity in the Diabetic Patient

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In this video from UCSD TV, Robert Baron, MD, MS, UCSF Professor of Medicine, Vice Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine, and Director of the UCSF Weight Management Program, discusses the causes and effects of the epidemic of obesity and diabetes.






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