Study: Older diabetes drugs are better than new ones

05/30/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Older diabetes drugs were more effective and had fewer side effects than newer diabetes medicines, a report from the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality stated. Experts added that older diabetes drugs also have generic versions that cost much less than the newer brand-name drugs, which could help cut health spending among patients.

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