Type 2 diabetics on insulin therapy are more likely to die from bladder cancer than those using other treatments, a new study suggests. Researchers with the Department of Internal Medicine at the National Taiwan University College of Medicine in Taipei, followed more than 86,000 patients with type 2 diabetes aged 25 or older from 1995 through 2006 for bladder cancer deaths. They concluded that patients who used insulin to keep their blood sugar levels in check were nearly twice as likely to die from bladder cancer compared to those who did not use insulin. Patients who used insulin and who ... Read More
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