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Uncontrolled diabetes increases complications in later life

Research shows that 80% of diabetic children consistently have excessive blood glucose levels which increases their risk of complications such as heart disease, blindness and stroke when they get older.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by IC Berkshire

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About: Uncontrolled diabetes increases complications in later life

Date: 22 September 2004

Source: IC Berkshire

URL: http://icberkshire.icnetwork.co.uk/0100news/nationalnews/tm_objectid=14669140&method=full&siteid=50102&headline=fears-over-children-with-diabetes-name_page.html

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