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Pediatric Diabetes is our - ISPAD - official journal. Pediatric Diabetes is a journal, published eight times a year, devoted to disseminate of new knowledge relating to the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, management, complications and prevention of diabetes in childhood and adolescence. The aim of the journal is to become the vehicle for international dissemination of research and practice relating to diabetes in children and adolescents.
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