Gendered configurations of diabetes: from rules to exceptions
Diabetes type 2 is a growing public health problem worldwide resulting in substantial costs both to the public purse and to individual health and wellbeing. The disease has long been associated with sexual and reproductive health problems, but otherwise,
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