Insulin Glargine Associated With Breast Cancer Risk in T2D
Women who received insulin glargine, compared with neutral protamine Hagedorn insulin, had a higher incidence of breast cancer.
A community-based program improves quality of life and self-management in older adults with type 2 diabetes and comorbidities.
Findings showed that as the estimated glomerular filtration rate decreased and the blood urea nitrogen level increased, the risk for incident diabetes became progressively more pronounced.
An individualized approach to glycemic control in type 2 diabetes is likely to reduce costs and improve quality of life.