People with diabetes and high risk of CVD who achieved extremely tight glycemic control showed higher risks of fatal heart attacks, a new study has found. Now scientists have identified two genetic variants associated with a threefold increase in CVD in this group. This discovery could lead to easy identification of individuals at risk and treatment using currently approved medications.
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