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Pre-diabetes - epidemic or emperor's new clothes?

11:59 EDT 17 Jul 2014 | British Medical Journal

Pre-diabetes is an umbrella term and the most widely used phrase to describe a blood concentration of glucose or glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) that lies above normal but below that defined for diabetes. John S Yudkin, emeritus professor of diabetes at University College London, thinks this is over-medicalisation and will only increase the burden...

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