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Half of Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis Occur After Age 30

Type 1 diabetes is diagnosed in people over age 30 as often as in those under age 30. Type 1 diabetes used to be referred to as “juvenile diabetes”. That name was later called inaccurate since anyone of any age can be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Those diagnosed with type 1 as adults are […]
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