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Remission of Type 2 Diabetes: A Brand New Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines Chapter and Accompanying User’s Guide

      Do you still remember some of the keywords we learned in undergraduate/graduate school for defining type 2 diabetes: a “permanent” and “progressive” disease? Those age-old dogmatic concepts are about to change for some people living with type 2 diabetes!
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