Individualizing Patient Care: Does that Include Individualizing A1C Goals?

Sherry first came to see me months earlier to better manage her diabetes. I helped her with diet, exercise, and more consistent and strategic blood glucose monitoring. Her physician adjusted her medications. In just a couple of months, her A1C dropped significantly to 6.8%. She had met her goal and the general recommendation of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to attain an A1C level of less...

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