The University of Texas Medical Branch has earned a spot on the Centers for Disease Control’s national registry of recognized diabetes prevention programs, making it the only institution in the Greater Houston area to be listed. The CDC recognizes organizations that have demonstrated its ability to effectively deliver a proven type 2 diabetes prevention lifestyle change program. The recognition program helps to assure that decisions about individual participation, patient referral, and health insurance benefits are based on accurate, reliable, and trustworthy information. To view the full list, visit https://nccd.cdc.gov/DDT_DPRP/Registry.aspx.

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