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Re: Early insulin treatment for diabetes produces better outcomes: Study
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Re: Early insulin treatment for diabetes produces better outcomes: Study

Most of the research I've seen shows that over the long run, pumping insulin is generally quite dangerous in terms of risking death from any cause... [1]

The study size is also too small to draw any conclusions... which the author admitted too...

> Limitations of the study outlined by Shubrook included the study group size and how many were considered severely obese. Aside from the limitations, the study still reveals clues that could increase results for those with recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes and improve treatment options.

Mind you this result might happen because early use of insulin simply means that a diabetic doesn't quickly overload their body's built in insulin as quickly...

It still doesn't solve the root problem, which is the insulin signalling sabotage...

[1] Bťrard, Emilie, et al. "14-Year Risk of All-Cause Mortality According to Hypoglycaemic Drug Exposure in a General Population." PloS one 9.4 (2014): e95671.

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