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There is evidence that the term "diabetes resolved" is being used inappropriately by clinicians. This can result in people no longer being recalled for diabetes risk factor or complication screening even though they are at risk of such complications. We recommend that, where appropriate, the term "diabetes in remission" be used and that "diabetes resolved" is not used.


Journal article


Diabetes and primary care

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116 - 118