October 23, 2018 By Elizabeth McCammon
Study predicts poor blood sugar control in some youth

A new study by the Joslin Diabetes Center and Harvard Medical School helps predict which young people with type 1 diabetes are most likely to have poor blood sugar control. (Poor control can eventually lead to a range of complications, such as heart disease and nerve damage.) Young people often have challenges managing their type 1 diabetes as they move from childhood into adolescence and young adulthood.

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