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Diabetes and Down's syndrome

By: Roche, Edna F.
Series: Down's Syndrome Association Journal 137 Spring/Summer 2018: 24-25. 2018Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | DIABETES | PREVALENCE | MANAGEMENT | HLA ALLELESSummary: Describes what diabetes is, the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 and its possible outcomes. Notes that a nationwide study in Denmark showed that T1D was more than four times as common in those with Down syndrome compared to the general population. Provides guidelines for the management of diabetes and symptoms to watch out for.
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Describes what diabetes is, the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 and its possible outcomes. Notes that a nationwide study in Denmark showed that T1D was more than four times as common in those with Down syndrome compared to the general population. Provides guidelines for the management of diabetes and symptoms to watch out for.

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