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Diabetes and Eye Care (Retinopathy)

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The Renal/Retinal Link
Jan 1, 2003 | 
Renal (kidney) function declines more rapidly in people with type 2 diabetes who have both retinopathy and proteinuria (protein in the urine).
Keep Your Eye on It
Nov 1, 2002 | 
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