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Re:[IP] c-peptide verses creactive protein (crp)

At 05:58 PM 2/23/03, you wrote:
>Roxanne is correct but c-reactive protein is unrelaed to c-peptide. c-
>peptide is a protein made during insulin syntheisis in the pancreas. I
>have only a trace of this the last time I had this test done properly.
>I had a high c-peptide a few weeks ago during a bad cold. one is not
>related to the other.Roxanne, you still are sweet., spot
>A L Bender. M, D.
>email @ redacted

Doesn't CRP have something to do with the heart and cholesterol?  I believe 
I read something that it was being promoted as a better test to find 
possibilities of hardening of the arteries, or something like that.

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