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Survey: Over half of GPs, nurses who treat type 2 diabetics do not carry out annual kidney test

A new UK-wide survey, conducted by Napp Pharmaceuticals, suggests that over half (54%, n=403) of GPs and nurses who treat patients with type 2 diabetes do not carry out a vital routine test annually, which is used to identify early markers of kidney damage.

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