Local authors: Social deprivation modifies the association between incident foot ulceration and mortality in type 1 and type 2 diabetes: a longitudinal study of a primary-care cohort.

A recently published article by two local authors looking at whether social deprivation in the presence of diabetes is an independent predictor of developing a foot ulcer and separately of mortality.

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Authored by Haika Shoo and George Dunn, East Cheshire NHS Trust.

Published: December 2017

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