Many people are unfamiliar with Type 3c Diabetes (pancreatogenic) which develops from damage to the pancreas. Leah Groppo, RD, and Marilyn Tan, MD, share an overview and discuss how to manage this complex disease.
Leah Groppo, RD, MS, BC-ADM, CDCES, is a Clinical Dietitian in Stanford’s Endocrinology Clinic and Diabetes Care Program.
Marilyn Tan, MD, FACE, is double board certified in Endocrinology and Internal Medicine. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of the Endocrine Clinic at Stanford Health Care. Dr. Tan practices general endocrinology, but her main clinical interests are outpatient and inpatient diabetes management. Her research interests include diabetes and post bariatric hypoglycemia.
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