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Diabetes patients may improve glycemic control with intervention

Researchers found that patients with type 2 diabetes who have a higher risk for glycemic control issues and were predicted to have poor medication adherence improved their glycemic control more at 12 months after receiving high-intensity intervention with insulin than those who received moderate-intensity intervention or usual care. The findings, based on 6,000 adult patients with an average age of 55, were presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions.

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