Survey: One-Third Of Hispanic Patients Exhibit Warning Signs Of Diabetes

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A 56-year-old Hispanic female with diabetes underwent an open partial first ray amputation (as shown above) and lower extremity angioplasties. A new study says one-third of Hispanic-American patients exhibit warning signs of diabetes.
Survey: One-Third Of Hispanic Patients Exhibit Warning Signs Of Diabetes
By Brian McCurdy, Senior Editor

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    Editor’s note: For related articles, see “Is Inhaled Insulin A Viable Alternative For Patients With Diabetes?" in the October 2006 issue or visit the archives at


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