A study in The American Journal of Cardiology revealed that 82% of 2,319 type 2 diabetes patients with documented stable coronary artery disease showed symptoms of angina. Researchers said a history of B-blocker use and previous percutaneous coronary intervention may raise the odds of developing typical angina.
Angina common with diabetes, coronary artery disease
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