Diabetes Mellitus and the Risk for Developing Cancer

@article{Markey2013DiabetesMA,
  title={Diabetes Mellitus and the Risk for Developing Cancer},
  author={Sean Markey and Marie A Congiusta},
  journal={International Journal of Experimental Dental Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={2},
  pages={41-43}
}
Diabetes mellitus is a serious and growing health care problem, globally.The 'westernization' of diets around the world has led to an increase in obesity. Other contributing factors such as smoking, lack of physical activity and aging has led to epidemiological concerns regarding the link between diabetes and cancer. Research evidence suggests that patients with diabetes may be at greater risk for the development of some forms of cancer. The patient being discussed in this case report presented… 

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