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Young adults bear heavy type 2 diabetes burden; probiotics cut bone loss after menopause

Young adults bear heavy type 2 diabetes burden; probiotics cut bone loss after menopause

Update: 2019-11-08
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Cardiometabolic risk burden is high in patients under 50 with type 2 diabetes

By Sara Freeman

 

Younger people with type 2 diabetes need a more focused treatment strategy, irrespective of cardiometabolic risk.

 

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Young adults bear heavy type 2 diabetes burden; probiotics cut bone loss after menopause

Young adults bear heavy type 2 diabetes burden; probiotics cut bone loss after menopause

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