There really is no such thing as mild diabetes: a new perspective on an old idea

Mike Baxter, Richard Hudson

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Improved outcomes, Population based strategy, Sustained small improvements benefits, Apparent clinical inertia, Low risk is not no risk, Prevention of progression

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