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Higher diabetes rate in low-income countries not fully attributable to risk factors

29 Mar 2016
Diabetes prevalence is higher in low-income vs. middle- or high-income countries, and this disparity cannot be fully explained by conventional risk factors, according to results from the PURE study. BMI and family history of diabetes were differently...

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