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According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 34 million people in the United States suffer from diabetes. More than likely you or someone you know has experience living with diabetes.  

Please watch and listen to what Dr. Joseph Soufer, endocrinologist, CEO and Medical Director of Chase Medical, has to say about how a Type 2 Diabetic patient can cope with Diabetes.

An Endocrinologist's point of view on Coping With Diabetes



What Else Can a Type 2 Diabetic Do to Cope with Diabetes?

In addition to visiting your primary care doctor and seeking other specialized resources to cope, some diabetics consider participating in clinical trials. In fact, clinical trial participation may help improve your blood sugar to help prevent future diabetic complications.

Dr. Soufer also recommends research because it provides diabetics with a chance to “learn more about the newer aspects of diabetes care as well as solutions or new medications that are coming out.”

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