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Susan E Williams, MS, RD, MD

Susan E Williams, MS, RD, MD

Dr Williams is an associate professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University and an associate professor of clinical medicine at the Wright State University School of Medicine. She is on staff of the Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.

Dr Williams is a nationally recognized expert in the diagnosis and treatment of metabolic complications in bariatric surgery patients and is one of four experts in metabolic bone disease practicing in the Endocrine Institute. She is board-certified in nutrition, obesity medicine, internal medicine, and densitometry; and is a diplomate of the Am. Board of Obesity Medicine and the Am. Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists.

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A how-to overview of how to advance therapy for hyperglycemia and ASCVD risk factors in patients with T2DM.

Self-monitoring of blood glucose is critical for all patients with T2DM and their physicians.The numbers help modify behavior and Rx.

Diabetes is a progressive disease and takes advantage of inaction. How would you manage our patient Mrs Davis?

Who is at risk for T2DM? How often should you screen? What are the cut offs for Dx? Revisit the basics and meet your next patient.

Primary care physicians absorb the burden of type 2 diabetes care. Get step-by-step support with our Special Report.

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