Dr. Marwan Hamaty of NDORI gives his presentation on treating and managing diabetes to a class of medical professionals in Biloxi.
Dr. Marwan Hamaty of NDORI gives his presentation on treating and managing diabetes to a class of medical professionals in Biloxi. Gordon Jackson Special to the Sun Herald
Dr. Marwan Hamaty of NDORI gives his presentation on treating and managing diabetes to a class of medical professionals in Biloxi. Gordon Jackson Special to the Sun Herald

Diabetes specialists advocate lifestyle changes to combat disease

December 21, 2016 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 21, 2016 08:32 PM

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