Pre-Diabetes Found Prevalent Among Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Pre-Diabetes Found Prevalent Among Alzheimer’s Disease Patients
A recent study titled ”Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease exhibit a high prevalence of undiagnosed impaired glucose tolerance and type 2 diabetes mellitus,” conducted by Scott Turner MD, PhD from Georgetown University and colleagues, found that 43% of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients have undiagnosed impaired glucose intolerance. The findings were reported during last year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Boston,

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