DESG medical abbreviation, what does it mean?

What is the meaning of the DESG medical abbreviation?

Sometime, there may be more than one meaning of DESG abbreviation. Below is the meaning that the abbreviation DESG stands for.

What is DESG medical abbreviation?

In science & medicine, the medical term DESG means Diabetes Education Study Group.

DESG: Diabetes Education Study Group

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