New York comptroller: 'Battle against diabetes must continue'

November 2015
Chain Drug Review;11/23/2015, Vol. 37 Issue 19, p17
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The article reports that New York state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has released 2013-2014 figures pertaining to the costs tied to providing health services to diabetes patients in the state.


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