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If you have diabetes, you have the chance to make history and the opportunity to get your blood sugar under control with free medications.
A couple of nearby locations in Iowa and Minnesota are taking part in this clinical study.
Your doctor may have prescribed a popular medication to help manage your diabetes.
Now the National Institutes of Health is running a large 5 year study at 37 sites in the United States, including the University of Iowa and Mayo Clinic, to gather hard evidence on medication combinations.
Researchers say there are a handful of other classes of medications that are used with Metformin to help manage diabetes, but doctors often randomly choose which one you will use.
This study will give them a better idea of which combinations work best for different patients.
For more on this call 504-988-0200 or go to https://grade.bsc.gwu.edu/web/grade/home?p_p_id=58&p_p_lifecycle=0&_58_redirect=%2F
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