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Darüber sollten Sie Ihre Patienten informieren

Typ-2-Diabetes: Remission is possible!

  • Johannes SchollEmail author

Aktuelle Studien haben gezeigt, dass bei mehr als der Hälfte der neu entdeckten Diabetesfälle eine Remission innerhalb weniger Wochen möglich ist. Deshalb fordert der Autor: Jeder Typ-2-Diabetiker sollte darüber informiert werden, dass sich sein Diabetes zurückbilden kann.

Remission is possible. Every patient with type 2 diabetes should have the right to reverse his diabetes!


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© Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rüdesheim amDeutschland

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