Study: Insulin control halves diabetic heart disease risk

12/22/2005 | MSNBC · NYTimes.com

Aggressive use of insulin to control blood sugar over six and a half years resulted in a significant reduction in the risk of heart attack or bypass surgery among diabetics, according to a new study. Researchers found diabetics who made the efforts cut their risk of diabetes-related health problems in half, compared to those who didn't make the changes.

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