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Africa: A Gamechanger for Diabetes Care in Refugee Settings or Resource-Poor Countries or in Hard to Reach Settings

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[MSF] Seeking to explore ways to improve diabetes care in resource poor settings a joint study by Médecins Sans Frontières /Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and University of Geneva published in February in PLOS ONE , has demonstrated that a range of insulins can be stored at temperatures ranging between 25-37 degrees for a four–week period of use. This study confirms the possibility for people living with diabetes in similar temperature conditions to be able to use insulin, for a period of up t

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