The five-year results included reduced levels of the blood sugar indicator HbA1c at all three-month follow-up visits — with more than 50% of patients demonstrating improvements at each visit. This is an important number because every percentage point drop in HbA1c levels reduces the risk of diabetic complications by 40%, according to the CDC. The personal, community-based nature of each meeting is at the heart of these results. “Pharmacists are highly skilled in diabetes ...
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