'Amazing' diabetes drug drives down fatal heart attacks and strokes, study finds - Los Angeles Times
Just as doctors were losing hope that they would find a drug capable of reducing heart risks for patients with diabetes, a new study identified one that may drive down the chances that such patients will
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