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Diabetes Prevention Program Receives National Centers for Disease Control Recognition

TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma, Feb. 7 -- The Cherokee Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news release:

The Cherokee Nation Diabetes Prevention Program is receiving national recognition from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for its efforts aimed at preventing type 2 diabetes.

The Cherokee Nation Diabetes Prevention Program is the first tribal program in Oklahoma and one of only 10 total programs in the state to have received CD . . .

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