Chronic disease treatment advances add to U.S. health care bill

Advances in treatments for diabetes and many other chronic illnesses may have reduced hospitalizations, but their cost may be even higher than that of treating acute events. The few makers of supplies and drugs for Type 1 diabetes have considerable market power, and doctors say some advances, such as "talking" blood glucose meters, are not worth the cost.

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