Cutting the risk of complications

October 1994
USA Today Magazine;Oct94, Vol. 123 Issue 2593, p15
Reports on two studies on diabetes and resulting serious complications. Intensive treatment of insulin-dependent diabetics reducing complications; Ability of angiotensin captopril to slow the advance of kidney damage.


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