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Volume 19, Supplement 4, July 2002

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Editorial
pp. v-vi(2)
Author: Streets, Paul

The projected health care burden of Type 2 diabetes in the UK from 2000 to 2060
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Bagust, A.; Hopkinson, P. K.; Maslove, L.; Currie, C. J.

The evolution of diabetes information systems
pp. 6-12(7)
Authors: Young, R. J.; Khong, C. K.; Vaughan, N. J. A.; New, J.; Roxburgh, M.

The GP perspective: problems experienced in providing diabetes care in UK general practice
pp. 13-20(8)
Authors: Agarwal, G.; Pierce, M.; Ridout, D.

Diabetes UK funded surveys of the structural provision of primary care diabetes services in the UK
pp. 21-26(6)
Authors: Williams, D. R. R.; Baxter, H. S.; Airey, C. M.; Ali, S.; Turner, B.

Current status of screening for diabetic retinopathy in the UK
pp. 44-49(6)
Authors: Younis, N.; Broadbent, D. M.; James, M.; Harding, S. P.; Vora, J. P.

Maternity services for women with diabetes in the UK
pp. 50-55(6)
Authors: Hawthorne, G.; Modder, J.

Renal services for people with diabetes in the UK
pp. 56-60(5)
Authors: Roderick, P.; Armitage, A.

Diabetes care in childhood and adolescence
pp. 61-65(5)
Authors: Betts, P. R.; Jefferson, I. G.; Swift, P. G. F.

The Audit Commission review of diabetes services in England and Wales, 1998–2001
pp. 73-78(6)
Authors: Fitzsimons, B.; Wilton, L.; Lamont, T.; McCulloch, L.; Boyce, J.

Improvements in the provision of hospital diabetes services in an English region 1988–98
pp. 79-82(4)
Authors: Parr, J. H.; Kelly, W. F.; Large, D. M.; Roberts, S. H.

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