CONTEMPLATING AN ADDITIONAL ORAL AGENT FOR YOUR PATIENT WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES? CONSIDER POSSIBLE INTERACTION BETWEEN QUALITY OF YOUR CONVERSATION WITH PATIENT’S ATTEMPTS AT BARGAINING AND SELF-REPORTED OUTCOMES - LESSONS FROM THE INTRODIA™ STUDY
AACE ePoster Library. Edelman S. May 27, 2016; 131481
Steven Edelman
Steven Edelman
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