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The Dawn Study involves 5,426 adults with diabetes
2,194 primary care physicians
556 specialists (endocrinologists, diabetologists)
1,122 nurses (specialist and general)
The people with diabetes interviewed were self-classified as 50% Type 1 and 50% Type 2.

Some very interesting and revealing results were found.

Study Results - Novo Nordisk A/S
 

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Not news to me.

I could have told them all that years ago.

I can also add
Many people with T2 boleve they are responsible for getting it and are ashamed of having it and do not treat it in front of other people to not draw attention to there "failings".

That complications are inevitable so why deprive themselves of anything if the outcome is unchanged.

Many T2 did what the MD said and still had high BG so why try. the MD did not give a LCHF diet as an option on GAD (low fat) is given
 

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This sounds (to me) as if it should be entitled "The Sociology of Diabetes" and not be presented as a medical study.
 
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