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ACCORD Trial Complicates “Treating To New Targets” Theory In Diabetes

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The large government-sponsored ACCORD trial in type 2 diabetes has stumbled in trying to show that driving down blood glucose to normal levels can improve cardiovascular outcomes in high-risk patients

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