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Health Experts Call for New Strategies to Combat Alarming Rise in Diabetes
Date:9/25/2008

ing and education customised to reflect the needs of patients and providers in their region, as well as supporting proven guideline implementation and an efficient use of resources within diabetes care.

There are currently four instructional Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institutes in operation worldwide (United States, Japan, China, France), with plans for further Institutes to be opened.

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(1) International Diabetes Foundation (2006) Diabetes Atlas, Third

Edition

(2) `Healthcare Professional and Patient Perspectives on Diabetes

Education', Diabetes: Tipping Point or Turning Point? pg 46

(3) Ibid. pg 47

(4) Ibid. pg 46

(5) Ibid. pg 52

(6) Ibid. pg 58


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