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Old October 22nd, 2001, 22:46
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ACE inhibitors found to decrease risk of developing diabetes

In this study of 5720 non-diabetics with risk factors for diabetes found that the ace inhibitor ramipril decreased the chances of developing diabetes over the 4.5 year study from 5.4% to 3.6%

The makers of Altace (brand ramipril) where one of the funders of this study.

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