New approaches to diabetes disease control, insulin delivery, and monitoring.

  title={New approaches to diabetes disease control, insulin delivery, and monitoring.},
  author={A. A. McCarthy},
  journal={Chemistry \& biology},
  volume={11 12},
Some of the most dangerous outcomes of either form of diabetes are those related to long-term complications, including kidney damage, or diabetic nephropathy. Over time, small blood vessels inside the kidneys can become damaged and reduce the body’s ability to filter toxins from the blood. Damaged kidneys leak a protein, albumin, into the urine. Detection of even small albumin levels, microalbuminuria, is one of the earliest signs of kidney problems, and also one that is not always noticeable… Expand
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