A new report sheds light on diabetes risks and the precinct acknowledges Reconciliation Week – this week at the Alfred Research Alliance.
Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
Diabetes dramatically increases dementia risk, doubles chance of some cancers
Australians living with type 2 diabetes have a 60 per cent higher chance of developing dementia than those without diabetes, and are twice as likely to develop some types of cancer, according to a new report analysing the full impact of the condition.
Type 2 diabetes dramatically heightens dementia, cancer risk — The Sydney Morning Herald
New research from Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute suggests Australians with type 2 diabetes are up to three times more likely be diagnosed with some of the most deadly types of cancers and up to 60 per cent more likely to develop dementia than the general population.
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