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The American Diabetes Association recently issued two updates to its 2018 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, reflecting a recent December consensus report that revised the definition of hypoglycemia and the FDA approval of two new antidiabetes drugs.
The revisions, available in the online version of the Standards of Care, are part of a new effort from the ADA to revise the guide throughout the year, rather than annually, as new evidence or regulatory changes merit immediate incorporation.
“With the rapid pace that information becomes available, releasing new recommendations on
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