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[IP] T2 T1 research mix up

    It appears to me that there is a wide spread misreading of these
reports. To the best of my recollection they all apply to type two patients
and specifically say so in the abstracts and introductions.
            Peter 1

> ----------------------------- Control 'Just Right'
> In Diabetes, Get Glucose Control 'Just Right'
> Intensive treatment to achieve normoglycemia in type 2 diabetes may be
> almost as bad for survival and heart health as leaving glucose levels
> elevated, according to a study of real-world practice.
> The study turned up a U-shaped link between all-cause mortality and
> glycosylated hemoglobin levels in which those at a median of 7.5%
> carried the lowest risk, found Craig J. Currie, PhD, of Cardiff
> University in Cardiff, Wales, and colleagues.
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