Taking Care Over the Long Haul: Improving Diabetes Management in Commercial Truck Drivers

Improve your management of diabetes among commercial drivers, with lessons you can apply to all your patients with diabetes
Daniel Lorber, MD, FACP, CDE
Released: April 23, 2018 Expiration: No longer available for credit

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