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As many as 71% of respondents with diabetes or a family history of diabetes reported they would be interested in weight-loss programs geared toward their condition, according to a recent online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers with diabetes or a family history of diabetes. Half of current dieters indicated their weight-loss program/diet was recommended by their physician. To see more Patient Views, click here.
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