Natural History of Diabetes Mellitus in Children

  • D. D. Etzwiler
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Part of the Bayer AG Centenary Symposium book series (BAYER)


Dr. Valentine Mott (1785–1865) was classified as a surgical genius and made innumerable major contributions in the area of medicine. He was bora in New York City and graduated from Columbia Medical School and took further studies with the chief surgeons of London and Edinburgh.


Human Insulin Infectious Mononucleosis Insulin Pump Blood Glucose Monitoring Artificial Pancreas 
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