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Type 2 diabetes: why treatment plans may need to be different for older adults

By James Brown, Associate Professor in Biology and Biomedical Science, Aston University
Srikanth Bellary, Clinical Associate Professor, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Aston University
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Around 6% of the world’s population suffer from type 2 diabetes. People of any age can develop the condition, but the number of older adults with type 2 diabetes is rapidly increasing worldwide. In fact, adults over the age of 65 now account for almost…

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