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Clave Diabetes Tipo 2 Revision

by Emily Jacob (2019-05-28)

The truth was glimpsed at during Clave Diabetes Tipo 2 the 1960s when the University Group Diabetic Program UGDP looked at what the outcomes were of the differences in varying approaches to dealing with diabetes. Divided into groups either given insulin in a fixed amount or in varying doses a group was given the best selling drug at the time Tolbutamide later Phenformin also used and a group who were given merely a placebo. Before the experiment was due to end Tolbutamide had to be withdrawn as too many of the group taking it had died The end result was that there was no real differences between the groups apart from the mortality. Management by diet had worked as effectively if not better than any of the treatments. The results of this program were not shouted about very loudly if at all. Getting just a little too close to the bone for the likes of the pharmaceutical industry. If cancer can be seen as a fraud by many leading medical practitioners then diabetes is one huge step further down the line of deception and trickery it is nothing but an outright scandal.