The DAWN2™ study has categorized a massive amount of information on different aspects of the needs of people with diabetes, and the findings on discrimination are amongst the most interesting. The history of the condition provides many examples of its unacceptable consequences.
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☆This article was originally published in the International Diabetes Federation's Diabetes Voice, vol. 58(4), pp. 50–53.
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