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Clinical Diabetes

CONTENTS

Volume 18, Number 2, 2000
FEATURES

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Youth: A Growing Challenge
JAMES R. HANSEN, MD, MICHAEL J. FULOP, PSYD, AND MAYA K. HUNTER, MD

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Factors Influencing Patient Acceptability of Diabetes Treatment Regimens
JAYANT DEY, MD, LAWRENCE BLONDE, MD, AND RICHARD GUTHRIE, JR, MD

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DEPARTMENTS

Editorial:
The Evolution of Diabetes Technology: How Are We Doing?
IRL B. HIRSCH, MD, EDITOR

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Commentary:
Screening for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Asymptomatic Adults
WILLIAM H. HERMAN, MD, MPH, AND MICHAEL M. ENGELGAU, MD, MS

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Position Statement:
Screening for Type 2 Diabetes

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Practice Profiles:
Mastering Diabetes at Medicare
CLARESA LEVETAN, MD

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Practical Pointers:
The Natural History of Type 2 Diabetes: Practical Points to Consider in Developing Prevention and Treatment Strategies

BARBARA A. RAMLO-HALSTED, MD, AND STEVEN V. EDELMAN, MD

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Patient Information:
A Few Facts About IGT and Type 2 Diabetes

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Case Studies:
Diabetic Ketoacidosis Complications in Type 2 Diabetes
CRAIG D. WITTLESEY, MD

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A 60-Year-Old Woman With Type 2 Diabetes and COPD: Worsening Hyperglycemia Due to Prednisone
DOUGLAS S. PAAUW, MD

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The Business of Diabetes:
Economic Considerations in the Application of Clinical Standards and Requirements in Diabetes Care
STEVEN B. LEICHTER, MD, FACP

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93 Landmark Studies:
It's Time to Change the Paradigm for Delivering Diabetes Care
REVIEWED BY MAYER B. DAVIDSON, MD

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