Improving Diabetes Outcome: A Need to Understand Management among Africans Living with Diabetes in the UK

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Alloh, F. 2018. Improving Diabetes Outcome: A Need to Understand Management among Africans Living with Diabetes in the UK. Journal of Primary Health Care and General Practice. 2 (Art. 002e).
AuthorsAlloh, F.
JournalJournal of Primary Health Care and General Practice
Journal citation2 (Art. 002e)
ISSN2637-7705
Year2018
PublisherScient Open Access
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Web address (URL)https://scientonline.org/open-access/improving-diabetes-outcome-a-need-to-understand-management-among-africans-living-with-diabetes-in-the-uk.pdf
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Online10 Jan 2018
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Accepted03 Jan 2018
Deposited18 May 2020
Copyright holder© 2018 Folashade Alloh
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