VARIOUS NATIONAL MEDIA: Cardiovascular risk for women developing Type 2 diabetes improving despite gender-bias in prescriptions

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A Diabetes UK-funded study suggests that Type 2 diabetes leads to a smaller increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease for women today than it has done in the past.

Researchers at the University of Manchester studied data from almost 80,000 people with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes, to look for differences between men and women in relation to their risk of having a cardiovascular event such as a heart attack or stroke.

Period14 Apr 2019 → 19 Apr 2019

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  • diabetes
  • gender
  • cardiovascular disease