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Things diabetes often describes (“diabetes ________”)
education, research, therapy, knowledge, syndrome, link, management, control, care, programs, diagnosis, camp, information, study, drugs, severity, present, classes, trial, onset, pathogenesis, section, services, related, rates, chapter, association, educators, participants, susceptibility, complications, foundation, struggle, prevention, mortality, intrusiveness, associations, diet

Descriptive words:
dependent, gestational, onset, juvenile, severe, maternal, uncontrolled, experimental, mild, induced, controlled, overt, clinical, human, pancreatic, early, latent, true, central, standing, spontaneous, brittle, permanent, untreated, resistant, chronic, renal, frank, secondary, term, acute, neonatal, transient, hereditary, unstable, pre, advanced, saccharine, treated, longstanding, familial, uncomplicated, idiopathic, type, borderline, manifest, subclinical, related, temporary, asymptomatic, existing, called, congenital, neurogenic, partial, stable, labile, preexisting, bronze, deficient, bronzed, steroid, mediated, moderate, symptomatic, artificial, genetic, traumatic, alloxan, prone, diabetic, pituitary, incipient, associated

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See diabetes used in context: 8 rhymes, several books and articles.

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