Project aims to improve care for minority diabetes patients in Texas
Dallas Morning News, February 26, 2009
A new program aims to tackle the growing problem of diabetes in minority communities throughout Texas, and in Dallas, it will focus on getting community healthcare workers more intensely involved with patients. The $1.7 million plan will also feature cross-cultural education programs for doctors and an electronic diabetes registry to better manage cases.
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