Doc on Call: Diabetes

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Story Updated: Feb 26, 2013

This weeks Docs on Call with Dr. Frank Floyd discusses diabetes.

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Ted said on Thursday, Mar 14 at 2:19 PM

Dr. Floyd caught my diabetes about 8 years ago. Because of Dr. Floyds real concern , caring and his cheerleading my diabetes has been well controled for 5 years. I look forward to my check ups so I can make Dr. Floyd proud of me !!!!!!!!

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SAWABINI RPH 46 YEARS said on Sunday, Jun 8 at 10:00 AM

THE ONLY EXPERTIN DIABTES IS BINGHAMTON IS AT LOURDEES FIND HIM FIND HIS GROUP ,,, THERE SIA NO OTHER EXPERTS AFTER LOURDES AT 169 RIVERSIDE I GUARANTEE NONE CLOSE TO LOURDES DIABTES, ENDOCRONLOGY

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