Today’s New York Times features an interesting article about new research in Diabetes:
“An explosion of new research is vastly changing scientistsâ€™ understanding of diabetes and giving new clues about how to attack it. The fifth leading killer of Americans, with 73,000 deaths a year, diabetes is a disease in which the bodyâ€™s failure to regulate glucose, or blood sugar, can lead to serious and even fatal complications. Until very recently, the regulation of glucose â€” how much sugar is present in a personâ€™s blood, how much is taken up by cells for fuel, and how much is released from energy stores â€” was regarded as a conversation between a few key players: the pancreas, the liver, muscle and fat…”
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