NEW YORK -- Duane Reade has launched a Diabetes Resource Center in its store at 1889 Broadway in Manhattan. The flagship center is a training and educational facility for individuals with diabetes mellitus; it‘s open to the public and free of charge. It will offer educational classes, scheduled appointments and walk-in services managed and taught by licensed pharmacists and certified diabetes educators. Diabetes affects approximately 700,000 New Yorkers, and almost a third are unaware they ...

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