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Statins, Fibrates Lower Diabetic Retinopathy Risks in Diabetes

05:57 EDT 28 Sep 2018 | Medscape

Patients with type 2 diabetes given statin or fibrate lipid-lowering therapy have both a reduced risk of developing diabetic retinopathy and being treated for the condition, Japanese claims data show.
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