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How does the utilization of diabetes dietitian and educator service in Saudi Arabia affect glycemic outcomes?

Alshareef Saad M, Alkhathlan Mujahed A, Alwabel Abdullah A, Al-Bawardi Abdulkarim A, Alqarni Abdulrahman H, Almuryidi Ali S, Altuwaim Ibrahim N, Alhabib Monther Khalid, Almuzaini Omar A, Alqahtani Turki S

Year : 2018| Volume: 25| Issue : 2 | Page no: 108-113

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