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Diabetes: Protection Against Infection



Oct 28th, 2016

woman with flu blowing her nose with a kleenex on a cold autumn day.


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One Response to Diabetes: Protection Against Infection

  1. Ataul Haq 25/12/2016 at 9:30 pm

    Thank you for providing vast knowledge yet it is very general. Couldn’t you categorize it by pre-diabetic, moderately diabetic and chronic? And it can be narrowed down to specific vitamins etc. I am not expert and you know better whether my suggestion is worth consideration or not.

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