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Train more nurses in use of insulin pumps, says diabetes charity

A charity has called for more specialist nurses to be trained in supporting patients use insulin pumps after evidence suggested they are more effective at controlling blood glucose than insulin injections in children with type 1 diabetes and cause fewer complications.

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