Endo Brings You Into His Office With New CD Collection

A collection of CD-ROMs

| Oct 1, 2005

If you’ve never been able to go to New York to see endocrinologist Richard Bernstein, MD, FACE, FACN, CWS, now Richard Bernstein can come to you.

Bernstein, the author of “Dr. Bernstein’s Diabetes Solution” and “The Diabetes Diet,” has developed his “Secrets to Normal Blood Sugars for Type 1 Diabetes,” a collection of CD-ROMs that were recorded in his office during actual consultations with patients.

In addition, a bonus CD contains the doctor’s comments about the complications of diabetes and videos of him demonstrating how to give a painless injection, an intramuscular injection and how to fill the syringe properly without bubbles.

For more information about “Secrets to Normal Blood Sugars for Type 1 Diabetes” or to place an order, go to www.diabetes911.net.

Source: Diabetesincontrol.com

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