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Emerging Patterns in Diabetes Management

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    It is estimated that a diabetes-related death occurs around the world once every ten seconds. In that same ten-second interval, two citizens of the world develop the disease. As general global trends persist toward a decrease in activity and an increase in food consumption, what will we see as part of the next phase of this worldwide epidemic? Dr. Susan Cornell, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Midwestern University, Chicago College of Pharmacy, anticipates future trends in diabetes management as she examines pragmatic pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment goals with host Dr. Charles Turck.

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    It is estimated that a diabetes-related death occurs around the world once every ten seconds. In that same ten-second interval, two citizens of the world develop the disease. As general global trends persist toward a decrease in activity and an increase in food consumption, what will we see as part of the next phase of this worldwide epidemic? Dr. Susan Cornell, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Midwestern University, Chicago College of Pharmacy, anticipates future trends in diabetes management as she examines pragmatic pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment goals with host Dr. Charles Turck.

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