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Pharmacy Continuing Education - Diabetes Therapy

According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the US. There are 10.3 million people in the US with the disease, and an additional estimated 5.4 million have not yet been diagnosed. Many people do not become aware that they have diabetes until they develop one of its life-threatening symptoms such as blindness, kidney disease, nerve damage and heart disease.

What makes this program so unique is its Internet-based delivery system and advanced curriculum. It's designed to simplify the learning process making it convenient and easy through Internet and video presentations.
Delivery: Web Course Type: Professional Development
College: The College of Pharmacy Department: Pharmacy Continuing Education
Registration: various enrollment dates    Registration information
Director of Continuing Education
tel: (352) 273-6275
fax: (352) 273-6460
The College of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Continuing Education
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL

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