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•In the Division of Diabetes Translation, we:
•Work to define the diabetes burden through the use of public health surveillance
•Conduct applied translational research
•Develop and maintain 59 state-based diabetes prevention and control programs throughout the United States and in 8 U.S. territories
•Support the National Diabetes Education Program, which is—of course--a joint initiative between CDC and NIH. 
•NDEP works to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with diabetes and its complications by changing the way diabetes is treated
•NDEP develops diabetes education materials for high risk populations, including African Americans, American Indian and Alaska Natives, Asian American and Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latinos, and older adults, in particular.
•Support the Native Diabetes Wellness Program, which works with partners to reduce the health disparities among American Indians and Alaska Natives
•Recently, the Native Diabetes Wellness Program collaborated with the Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee and the Indian Health Service Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention to develop the Eagle Book series.