Response to Comments on: Rowan et al. Metformin in Gestational Diabetes: The Offspring Follow-Up (MiG TOFU): Body Composition at 2 Years of Age. Diabetes Care 2011;34:2279–2284

@inproceedings{Rowan2012ResponseTC,
  title={Response to Comments on: Rowan et al. Metformin in Gestational Diabetes: The Offspring Follow-Up (MiG TOFU): Body Composition at 2 Years of Age. Diabetes Care 2011;34:2279–2284},
  author={Janet A Rowan and Elaine Rush and Victor Obolonkin and Malcolm R. Battin and Trecia Ann Wouldes and William Bill Hague},
  year={2012}
}
B arbour et al. (1) have advised caution about overinterpretation of the Met-formin in Gestational diabetes: The Offspring Follow-Up (MiG TOFU) study findings. The aim of our article was to present a biologically plausible explanation for the differences we found in our study; we were concerned not to overin-terpret our findings. Ongoing follow-up of these children with appropriate studies is vital to see if differences persist and if they are clinically relevant. Barbour et al. comment that 46… CONTINUE READING