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    Study: Gastric Bypass Procedure Reverses Type 2 Diabetesi
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    Carol Pearson
    March 31, 2014 2:39 PM
    A new study at the Cleveland Clinic shows that bariatric surgery reverses Type 2 diabetes 90 percent of the time, meaning patients have normal blood sugar levels, sometimes immediately after surgery, and they no longer have to take insulin or other medications to control diabetes. Carol Pearson has more.

    Study: Gastric Bypass Procedure Reverses Type 2 Diabetes

    Carol Pearson

    Published March 31, 2014

    A new study at the Cleveland Clinic shows that bariatric surgery reverses Type 2 diabetes 90 percent of the time, meaning patients have normal blood sugar levels, sometimes immediately after surgery, and they no longer have to take insulin or other medications to control diabetes. Carol Pearson has more.


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