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Type 2s With Kidney Disease Better Off Seeing a Pharmacist-Diabetes Specialist Team
Apr 1, 2006 | 
Hong Kong researchers say that if you have type 2 and suffer from kidney disease, you may be better off getting structured care from a pharmacist-diabetes specialist team.
Diabetic Patients With Kidney Disease Should Be Treated Aggressively From the Get-Go
Apr 1, 2006 | 
Italian researchers say that kidney disease is a “significant predictor” of death, and that people who have kidney problems at the time of their diabetes diagnosis should be treated aggressively from the onset.
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Smoking Increases Diabetes Risks
Oct 1, 2004 | 
Swedish researchers say that smoking is associated with both poor blood glucose control and microalbuminuria (protein in the urine) that indicates early kidney disease and increased heart disease risk.
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Annual screening for microalbuminuria (low levels of protein in the urine, indicating early signs of kidney disease) in type 1 diabetes should begin with puberty and/or after five-year disease duration of diabetes.
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