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Diabetic blindness may be prevented by taking aspirin

Aspirin may help prevent diabetes-related blindness as it prevents the blood clots in the back of eyes which causes retinopathy. Good control of blood pressure and glucose levels also plays a part in preventing diabetic blindness.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Pak Tribune

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About: Diabetic blindness may be prevented by taking aspirin

Date: 9 June 2004

Source: Pak Tribune


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