Many diabetics don't need routine heart disease tests

04/15/2009 | Forbes

A Yale University study found routine screening for coronary artery disease doesn't help adults with Type 2 diabetes who don't have symptoms of heart problems. The tests can cost $1,000 each, and researchers said study results showed they didn't generally identify diabetics at high risk of developing cardiac problems.

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