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Re: [IP] A1C and complications


email @ redacted wrote:


> Yes, statistically, the DCCT proved that lower A1cs are associated with
> lower complication rates, but it did NOT imply that anyone who has A1cs
> in the 6-7 range would not get complications, nor that they wouldn't
> progress.

I seem to remember that during the DCCT the participants were not able to
maintain A1Cs below the low 7s....

And the had a more extensive "medical team" than many of us will ever

Jim S.
email @ redacted

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