Doctors Play 'Huge Role' in Diabetes Education Process

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When doctors diagnose patients with diabetes they are only at the beginning stages of treatment which will last patients for many years if not the rest of their lives. How they handle that process is just as important as the process itself.

When doctors diagnose patients with diabetes they are only at the beginning stages of treatment which will last patients for many years if not the rest of their lives. How they handle that process is just as important as the process itself.

Ettie Moghissi, MD, FACP, FACE, from the Marina Diabetes and Endocrinology Center discussed how doctors can be active in the process during the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists 24th Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress in Nashville. A website for the Blood Sugar Basics program can be a key tool in that effort according to Moghissi.

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