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Old February 24th, 2003, 02:36
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Long-Term Strategy Reduces Vascular Adverse Events by 50%

This study showed that intensive management of patients with diabetes and microalbuminuria lowered the risk of vascular events by approximately 50%. Comment: this means that aggressive management of diabetes is exceptionally helpful at reducing long-term complications. [ NEJM -- Multifactorial Intervention and Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Volume 348:383-393 January 30, 2003 Number 5 ]

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