MD247 Reviews National Diabetes Awareness Month.
Tampa Florida (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
The team responsible for all content creation for the MD247 telemedicine program announced on Tuesday morning that the MD247 would continue running a series of articles covering topics associated with National Diabetes Awareness Month. The article series is meant to provide regular people the opportunity to better understand the signs and symptoms of diabetes.
All forms of diabetes have been treatable since insulin became available to the public in 1921, but a cure is honestly still not on the horizon. There has been success with pancreas transplant in certain type 1 diabetes cases, as well as some success with gastric bypass in type 2 diabetes cases associated with morbid obesity. The lack of an overall “cure” means that it is necessary to remain diligent in control, so that the patient may avoid some of the complications associated with diabetes;
- Erectile dysfunction.
- Poor wound healing.
- Renal failure (kidney failure).
- Blood vessel damage on a large and small scale.
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