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"[T]he simple word Care may suffice to express [the journal’s] philosophical mission", "to promote better patient care by serving the expanded needs of all health professionals committed to the care of patients with diabetes." More.
Join co-hosts Alice Cheng, MD, FRCPC, and Michael Rickels, MD, MS, as they interview authors and discuss the latest high-impact research published in each monthly issue of Diabetes Care. Available from most podcasting platforms.
Current Issue HighlightsVolume 46, Issue 10
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“Social Determinants of Health: Impact on Diabetes Development and Care,” Diabetes Care Symposium 2023
This timely collection includes articles presented at ADA’s annual Scientific Sessions on 23 June 2023, as part of Diabetes Care Symposium “Social Determinants of Health: Impact on Diabetes Development and Care.” Together the articles synthesize and discuss available evidence relating social, political, and commercial determinants of health and the risk and outcomes of type 2 diabetes. Access is free.
NEW Standards of Care in Diabetes Clinical Practice Guideline Updates From the American Diabetes Association
On 25 June 2023, ADA released important updates to the Standards of Care in Diabetes, the most comprehensive, evidence-based guidelines for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes. New guidelines include recommendations on teplizumab for delaying type 1 diabetes (Section 2 and Section 3) and recommendations for the detection and management of NAFLD/NASH (Section 4).
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