Nurses are pivotal in helping to stem the high rate of diabetes in the UK
Sue Thomas Associate editor, Primary Health Care
Around four million people are living with diabetes in England. This is expected to rise to more than five million over the next 20 years. A further 12.3 million people in the UK are at risk of developing the condition and its associated complications.
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