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Letter From The Editor

Editor’s Note: AGEs, Errors and Teenagers

Over the past three issues we have focused on advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) — how they are formed, what they can do, and why these compounds are detrimental to our patients’ health. This week in our Homerun Slides, we are bringing you information on ways to reduce the effects of …

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Letter from the Editor: New GLP-1 Article

We have been sharing a lot of information about native GLP-1 and GLP-1 analogs, and how these compounds work to control glucose levels in our patients. Lately there has been a lot of press concerning the possible cardiovascular benefits of using these analogs in our patients. We’ve been able to …

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Editor’s Note: AGEs

Unlike fine wine, humans don’t get better with age, especially when we are talking about AGEs (Advanced Glycation End-products).¬†This week we continue our Homerun Slides series on these damaging compounds and how they affect each organ in the body. Our journey into the psychology of diabetes has reached the grade …

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