Poor blood glucose control increases fracture risk in study

01/24/2013 | DailyRx.com

Despite having higher bone mineral density, type 2 diabetes patients with poor blood glucose control had a 47% to 62% increased risk of fracture compared with those without diabetes and those with good glucose control, researchers found. The results were published in Diabetes Care.

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