5 TYPES OF DIABETES IDEN­TI­FIED

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Sci­en­tists in Sweden and Fin­land are ad­vis­ing that we stop clas­si­fy­ing diabetes into type I and type II, and in­stead recog­nise five sep­a­rate types of the dis­eases. Re­searchers have iden­ti­fied five ‘clus­ters’ that have dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter­is­tics and risks. The find­ings come af­ter de­tailed anal­y­sis of blood sam­ples from more than 13,000 pa­tients. They could have stark im­pli­ca­tions for how diabetes is man­aged, in­clud­ing for di­a­bet­ics who reg­u­larly ex­er­cise.

Diabetes comes in five strands

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