Suzanne Bujara

Suzanne Bujara

As a medical writer with more than 20 years of experience, Suzanne has written for Medscape, myCME, praxis.md, and Medical Economics magazine. She is passionate about public health, education, and patient advocacy. Suzanne has a BA and MBA from Rutgers University.

Most Recent Articles by Suzanne Bujara

PCSK9 Inhibition: Benefits Outweigh Risks in Patients With Diabetes

PCSK9 Inhibition: Benefits Outweigh Risks in Patients With Diabetes

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Statin therapy is the first line of defense against high LDL-C and the risk for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in individuals with diabetes.

Nutraceuticals May Benefit Patients Who Are Statin Intolerant

Nutraceuticals May Benefit Patients Who Are Statin Intolerant

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Nutraceuticals may offer a solution to patients who cannot tolerate statins because of severe muscle pain.

Smoothing the Care Team Transition for Youth With Type 1 Diabetes

Smoothing the Care Team Transition for Youth With Type 1 Diabetes

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The transition from pediatric to adult care for type 1 diabetes should be a gradual process, with a plan to make the change when the patient is ready, not at a pre-determined time.

Incidence of Diabetes Influenced by Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals in the Environment

Incidence of Diabetes Influenced by Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals in the Environment

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Environmental causes of T2D and other metabolic disorders are often overlooked; a new body of evidence, however, is changing the clinical thinking about mitigating these effects on those at high risk of T2D.

Metabolic Syndrome and Skin Disorders: Association Is More Than Skin Deep

Metabolic Syndrome and Skin Disorders: Association Is More Than Skin Deep

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Knowing that certain characteristics increase the risk for dermatology patients who may have metabolic syndrome will enable clinicians to identify patients who may have specific cardiovascular risks.

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