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Challenges and Successes with Food Resource Referrals for Food-Insecure Patients with Diabetes.

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Summary of "Challenges and Successes with Food Resource Referrals for Food-Insecure Patients with Diabetes."

Clinics increasingly screen patients for food insecurity, but little is known about the efficacy of referring food-insecure patients to community-based food resources.

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Name: The Permanente journal
ISSN: 1552-5775
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