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From the Bronx, New York, USA:

Do you have materials about diabetes in Cambodian and Vietnamese?


Diabetes Australia has materials in Vietnamese.


Additional comments from David S. Holtzman, Esq.:

The National Diabetes Education Program [NDEP] has translated a 12 page booklet on basic diabetes recognition and care originally developed for Medicare beneficiaries into several South Asian languages, including Vietnamese and Cambodian. NDEP is a joint project of the CDC and the NIH. You can order materials from their website or by calling their toll-free automated order line at 1-800-438-5383.


Original posting 23 Nov 2002
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