Research ties insulin to higher mortality risk in diabetes

01/14/2013 | FoodConsumer.org

Type 2 diabetes patients who were on insulin treatment had an 89% higher risk of all-cause mortality and 116% higher risk of cancer-related death than nonusers, a study revealed. However, researchers noted diabetes patients on insulin did not have a higher overall risk of cancer. The findings appear in PLoS One.

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