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Diabetes screening programme 'too inaccurate to have benefit’, say GP academics

The Government’s flagship scheme to tackle rising rates of diabetes is unlikely to have much impact because the blood glucose tests used to identify people at risk are just too inaccurate, leading GP academics have warned.

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