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Coupons available for diabetes management

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - In celebration of National Diabetes Month, the Guam Regional Medical City will be offering special coupons to help island diabetics attain services or supplies to control the disease.

GRMC's Carlos Pangelinan said, "This is one of many things that we will be doing throughout the year this is just the second... the first one was for the mammograms we gave out $25 gift certificates that's actually still ongoing up until the end of December."

Interested individuals can visit Health Services of the Pacific, St. Anthony's Clinic in Tamuning, Mega Drug locations, or Seventh Day Adventist Clinic to obtain the $25 coupon.

Coupons are available on a limited, one-coupon per person, first come first serve basis.

For more information, call 649-4764.

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