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Novo Nordisk Suspends Development of Insulin Sensitizer

Novo Nordisk has suspended development of ragaglitazar—a drug that has potential for regulating both blood-glucose and lipid levels—after finding urine bladder tumors in one mouse and several rats tested with the drug during preclinical trials.

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People With Diabetes More Prone to Acute Liver Failure

Add another complication to the list of diabetes-related diseases: acute liver failure.

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‘Health Literacy’ Linked to Diabetes Complications

Researchers are discussing yet another risk factor for diabetes-related complications: health literacy, defined as the measure of a person's "ability to read, comprehend and act on medical instructions."

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Emergency!

Anti-diabetes drugs are on the list of medications that cause as many as 28 percent of visits to hospital emergency rooms. Other drug classes frequently linked to ER visits include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (N-SAIDS), anti-convulsants, antibiotics, respiratory drugs, hormones, central nervous system drugs and cardiovascular drugs.

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