5 TYPES OF DIABETES IDENTIFIED
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