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The impact of a multi-disciplinary management approach on diabetic control in young Saudi patients

, : The impact of a multi-disciplinary management approach on diabetic control in young Saudi patients. Annals of Saudi Medicine 25(2): 85-89

The increasing incidence of diabetes mellitus worldwide makes traditional approaches to its management inadequate. The involvement of young people in this diabetic "epidemic" provides an opportunity to apply a multidisciplinary approach to its management, to help reduce the huge burden of the disease and its complications.


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