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The refined classification by the international research group provides a powerful tool to individualise treatment of diabetes. In addition, it helps identifying individuals with increased risk of complications already at diagnosis.
Researchers propose five distinct types of diabetes | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

A study suggests a completely new classification of diabetes, separating adult-onset diabetes cases into five different types. The refined classification provides a powerful tool to individualise treatment and identify individuals with increased risk of complications already at diagnosis.