Patients with diabetes living in areas that are most at risk for Hurricane Florence's damage are advised to prepare for the storm that is expected to make a landfall in South Carolina and North Carolina and affect Georgia, Maryland and Virginia, according to the American Diabetes Association and the Diabetes Disaster Response Coalition. "We know securing medication can be a challenge. Our goal, as a coalition, is to ensure that people with diabetes have swift and adequate access to health care, information and supplies," said Kelly Mueller, vice president of ADA and co-chair of the coalition.
ADA, coalition urge diabetes patients to prepare for Hurricane Florence
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