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Clinical Features Outperform Diabetes Subgroups for Outcomes

07:29 EDT 2 May 2019 | Medscape

Age, weight, and kidney function at diagnosis of diabetes better predict glycemia and renal outcomes, as well as guide choice of therapy, compared with an approach using recently defined "subgroups."
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