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Re: [IP] A1c's as relates to complications

email @ redacted wrote:
> glycosolation does cause damage.

So the question is whether the A1c accurately reflects or correlates
with the glycosylation in other types of tissue or not. If it does, then
being a low glycator is a great advantage; if not, then the A1c becomes
pretty meaningless for people like me!

I have asked this question to doctors and CDEs (and Ed Reid!!), but so
far, nobody has been able to give me a definitive answer!
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