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Passage of Policy Statement on the High Risk of Blindness, Lower-Extremity Amputations, and Oral Health Consequences in Minority Populations Due to Diabetes

Jeffrey M. Robbins DPM1 and Paul Holland OD, MHSA2
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  • 1 Director, Veterans Health Affairs Headquarters, Podiatry Service, Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Mailing address: 10701 East Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44106.
  • | 2 Fellow, American Academy of Optometry; Chief of Optometry, Blackfeet Community Hospital, Browning, MT.
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