The effectiveness of case management for comorbid diabetes type 2 patients; the CasCo study. Design of a randomized controlled trial

N Versnel, L.M.C. Welschen, C.A. Baan, G. Nijpels, F.G. Schellevis

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The effectiveness of case management for comorbid diabetes type 2 patients; the CasCo study. Design of a randomized controlled trial. / Versnel, N; Welschen, L.M.C.; Baan, C.A.; Nijpels, G.; Schellevis, F.G.

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