Report of the expert committee on the diagnosis and classification of diabetes mellitus.

@article{Gavin2003ReportOT,
  title={Report of the expert committee on the diagnosis and classification of diabetes mellitus.},
  author={James R Gavin and K. George M.M. Alberti and Mayer B. Davidson and Ralph A. DeFronzo and Allan L. Drash and Steven G. Gabbe and Saul M. Genuth and Maureen I. Harris and Richard A Kahn and Harry Keen and William C. Knowler and Harold E. Lebovitz and Noel Keith Maclaren and Jerry P. Palmer and Philip Raskin and R. Rizza and Michael P. Stern},
  journal={Diabetes care},
  year={2003},
  volume={26 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          S5-20
        }
}
the growth of knowledge regarding the etiology and pathogenesis of diabetes has led many individuals and groups in the diabetes community to express the need for a revision of the nomenclature, diagnostic criteria, and classification of diabetes. As a consequence, it was deemed essential to develop an appropriate, uniform terminology and a functional, working classification of diabetes that reflects the current knowledge about the disease. (1) 
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