Clinical tips: Diabetes explained

Sigma trials diabetes pilot; index finger with pinprick of blood as in diabetes testing
small drop of blood on the tip of a finger
Diabetes needs a patient-centred approach, write Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen For many people, diabetes can start insidiously, without people knowing or being aware that they have diabetes. Signs and symptoms can just start with something very benign, such as feeling more thirsty than usual, or that they are going to the bathroom

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