In English focus on DEHKO

The Finnish Diabetes Association publishes a comprehensive range of material for persons with diabetes, their relatives and for the health care professionals. Part of the material is chargeable, part is free of charge.

The Finnish material is composed of hundreds of items and there are a large scale of books and booklets in Swedish, too. The full range of publications can be seen on the "D-kauppa" -site in Finnish.

The Association's material in English focuses on the Development Programme for the Prevention and Care of Diabetes in Finland (DEHKO 2000-2010) and its FIN-D2D Project - the Association is a non-governmental organization also coordinating the national diabetes programme.

Dehko publications

Enquires and orders by mail satu.kiuru(at)

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