Diabetes can be treated best with early insulin therapy: study
By Lois D. Medrano | October 19, 2015
In an interview with lead researcher and director of Clinical Research and Diabetes Services in Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Jay H. Shubrook explains that the INSPIRE or "Intensive Insulin as the Primary Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes" trial was able to test how early insulin intervention can affect the glucose control, beta cell function, and side effects of a person. Their study was compared to the 2009 ADA treatment guidelines, showing better and more effective results.
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