New Data Help Size Up Novel Class Of SGLT-2 Inhibitors In Diabetes
Though probable class side effects of urinary tract and genital infections remain worrisome, SGLT-2 inhibitors nevertheless have potential as add-ons to multiple kinds of diabetes drugs, based on data released at the recent American Diabetes Association meeting
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