Mayo Clinic researchers found that beyond overtesting, focus on HbA1C levels can lead to serious harms for patients, especially as more diabetes drugs are needed to keep HbA1C within desired targets.
A large-scale observational study led by Columbia University researchers may offer new approach to studying diverse patient groups.
Study seeks to determine whether significant improvement in glycemic control can be achieved when regular coaching is part of the process.
Novo Nordisk’s new diabetes drug production facility in Clayton, N.C., will ensure production capacity for these drugs in the United States for the decade ahead.
A systemic review highlights studies that improved medication adherence and patient outcomes using strategies that could be effective if employed in real-world healthcare settings.