Wales 'behind Scotland' on diabetes

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There are claims that Wales is falling behind in the management of diabetes because it does not have an NHS computer system to link patients with doctors and medical records.

The charity Diabetes Cymru says Scotland, which has had the online system for years, has offered it to Wales for free.

The Welsh government said it was assessing whether the system was compatible with existing systems.

In the last of his special reports Nick Palit reports on the the situation north of the border - and his own battle with diabetes.

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