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... weight and the influence of genetics, along with a control group of non diabetics, maybe they could come up with a better understanding of what can cause diabetes to surface. They could group people with a history of diabetes into one group along with a few people who do not have diabetes and test their blood for pesticides and chemicals. Then they could do follow ups to see if their diabetes got worse or better or if a few people contracted diabetes who didn’t before. Also they could test type two diabetics for genes that are associated with diabetes in their fat tissue and then give them the option to exercise and see if the loss of excess fat has diminished their diabetes and also helped them. Overall, a study that includes different perspectives and groups with an endpoint to ultimately find solutions and causes to diabetes would benefit the diabetic community.
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