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Medical News Today: Fibromyalgia: Is insulin resistance 'the missing link?'

03:00 EDT 13 May 2019 | Medical News Today

A standard drug for insulin resistance can tackle fibromyalgia-related pain. Could this hallmark of prediabetes offer clues about fibromyalgia?

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