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Victoria Ruszala

Specialist diabetes pharmacist at North Bristol NHS Trust

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Email:
victoria.ruszala@nbt.nhs.uk

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    A. This patient is a good example of how real life can affect adherence to therapy. Two main issues for the pharmacist to address in this situation are medication options and dietary habits but he or she could also consider supportive advice in terms of this patient’s employment concerns. Medication

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