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    DUK: Top 10 research priorities for Type 2

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    graham64
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    DUK: Top 10 research priorities for Type 2

    Post by graham64 on Mon Oct 30 2017, 22:24

    I'm just highlighting number six on the list as we know it's a simple answer  

    Why does Type 2 diabetes get progressively worse over time, what is the most effective way to slow or prevent progression, and how can this be best measured?

    https://www.diabetes.org.uk/About_us/News/Top-10-Type2-research-priorities


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    Re: DUK: Top 10 research priorities for Type 2

    Post by chris c on Wed Nov 01 2017, 21:00

    More buffoonery and wasted money, all to keep the sponsorship funds flowing in.

    http://sci-hub.bz/10.1136/bmj.j4030

    responses here

    http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j4030/rapid-responses

    perhaps they should ask some of us "just anecdotes" how we did it?

    Jason Fung has an idea or two, not just about diabetes

    https://idmprogram.com/losing-war-obesity-type-2-diabetes-cancer/

    Meanwhile

    Given the lack of evidence supporting it, we argue against a premature incorporation of sugar addiction into the scientific literature and public policy recommendations.

    Conflict of interest

    MLW, PCF and HZ have no conflicts of interest to declare. No financial sponsorship was provided to the authors or the research included in this article.

    Oh wait

    This article belongs to a Supplement sponsored by Rippe Health.

    https://www.rippehealth.com/partners/index.htm

    Of course, no conflict of interest, we both want the same thing. Increased sales.

    You can read it if you want to waste your time, and then bang your head on the desk a bit

    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00394-016-1229-6

    Meanwhile

    http://sci-hub.bz/10.1016/j.jand.2017.06.364

    how to give patients the wrong information in the most efficient way

    I'm currently digging up some Real Science from Jim Johnson's twitter feed, more later


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