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Always Reevaluate Background Therapies When Starting a New Glucose-Lowering Agent

We were asked to consult on a case involving BK, a 74-year-old man with type 2 diabetes (T2D) of 12 years duration. He was a retired restaurant manager who lived with his wife of 52 years. BK had a positive history of tobacco smoking (2 packs per day for 35 years), but he quit ten years ago following his grandson's birth. He monitors his blood glucose level two to three times daily....

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