The mind of diabetes: a distressing tale


  • Angus Forbes
  • Magdalena Annersten-Gershater



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How to Cite

Forbes, A., & Annersten-Gershater, M. (2015). The mind of diabetes: a distressing tale. International Diabetes Nursing, 12(2), 39–39.




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