Evidence clearly shows that diabetes prevention programs work. The AMA provides physicians and health care organizations with tools and resources needed to define and implement evidence-based diabetes prevention and management strategies.
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Lead the charge
The AMA empowers physician leadership in public health issues like:
- The opioid crisis
- Gun violence
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