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Apr 21

A new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has shown that five major complications related to diabetes have declined in the US during the last 20 years

A new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has shown that five major complications related to diabetes have declined in the US during the last 20 years. These include rates of heart attack, stroke, end–stage kidney failure, lower-limb amputation and deaths from hyperglycemia. Cardiovascular complications and deaths from high blood sugar each decreased by over 60%, rates of strokes and lower extremity amputations decreased by around 50%, and rates for end-stage kidney failure decreased by 30%.

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