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Can Adding Insulin as a 2nd Medication Increase Risk of Death?

The JAMA Report

Effectively managing diabetes means controlling diet, exercising and taking medications to help keep blood sugars in check. However, sometimes, if one medication isn’t successful, a second medication has to be added. A new study examined if patients with diabetes who have a second medication added to their treatment regimen, experienced an increased risk of heart attack, stroke or even death. Catherine Dolf has more in this week’s JAMA Report.