Sometimes the most dangerous element of disease is not its immediate manifestations, but secondary dangers that follow.

Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod, Cardiologist and Vice President for Research at Saint Luke’s Health System, talks to BioNexus KC about how Saint Luke's is determines to improve diabetes care and the outcomes for those patients. 

Read the full Blog post from BioNexus KC: "Saint Luke’s Cardiologist Determined to Improve Diabetes Care, Outcomes"

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