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SMS for diabetes control goes into national trial

22 November 2015
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Kate McDonald

University of Auckland researchers are hoping to recruit 1000 people with types 1 and 2 diabetes to test whether a two-way text message-based self-management program can help manage their condition better between clinic visits and improve glycaemic control.

The Self-Management Support for Blood Glucose or SMS4BG trial is being run by a well-known group of researchers from the university's National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) who have already had success with mHealth interventions for smoking cessation.

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