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What type of primary care provider oversees your diabetes care?
A general practitioner or family medicine doctor that doesn't specialize in diabetes care.
 
An endocrinologist.
 
A general practitioner or family medicine doctor that specializes in diabetes care.
 
A physician's assistant or nurse practitioner.
 
An internist.
 
Other.
 
I don't have a primary care provider.
 

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by Carey Potash
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