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Diabetes: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Opportunities

University of California, San Francisco via Coursera

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Over a dozen faculty from UC San Francisco's Schools of Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, and Dentistry will present on topics including the epidemiology, diagnosis, nutritional strategies for self-management, the role of insulin in managing diabetes, effects of diabetes on oral/dental health, and current research in the field.

Taught by

Joseph Guglielmo and Lisa Kroon
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