Inadequate foot-checks are being given to those with diabetes claims new research.
Diabetes UK conducted an online survey of 6,696 people with diabetes. They found that 32% were not informed about their risk levels at their annual foot check.
The same number also said they were not given adequate advice about foot care and 18% did not have their feet checked for corns, calluses and changes in shape.
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