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Default Insulin study underscores complexity of treating Type 2 diabetes

(Topix) "This is showing us that to really manage diabetes is a lot more complicated than a lot of us had hoped for"
Adding insulin injections to oral diabetes drugs does not bring most patients with Type 2 diabetes into control of their blood-sugar levels, according to early results from a major British study released ... via Los Angeles Times


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