Millions of people around the world have diabetes. And while some of them spend their hard-earned money on maintenance and doctor appointments to manage the symptoms of diabetes, others don’t know that they have it.
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Diabetes is a disease that affects millions, and can even be fatal if left untreated. Properly diagnosing it is critical to not just allow doctors and patients to begin treatment, but also to do so early enough to avoid patients suffering irreversible damage to their health. Standard testing for diabetes involves taking blood and examining […]
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