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Diabetes Research Suggests Better Long Term Outcomes with Early Insulin

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    Host Jennifer Caudel, DO welcomes Jay Shubrook, DO, Director of Clinical Research and Diabetes Services at Touro University-California College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Recorded on site at the American Osteopathic Association's annual medical education conference, Dr. Shubrook discusses a pilot study in which newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients were treated with early insulin rather than lifestyle changes and oral therapies alone. The results suggested not only good safety profiles, but also better long-term outcomes for patients.

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    Host Jennifer Caudel, DO welcomes Jay Shubrook, DO, Director of Clinical Research and Diabetes Services at Touro University-California College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Recorded on site at the American Osteopathic Association's annual medical education conference, Dr. Shubrook discusses a pilot study in which newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients were treated with early insulin rather than lifestyle changes and oral therapies alone. The results suggested not only good safety profiles, but also better long-term outcomes for patients.

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