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Guidelines for the management of adult diabetes
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True or False. When the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus is made based on the test results of fasting plasma glucose, an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), or glycated hemoglobin, a repeat test on a different day should be done to confirm the findings unless the results are clearly high, according to clinical guidelines for adults with diabetes from the Joslin Diabetes Center & Joslin Clinic.

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