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Can type 2 diabetes be reversed ?

Can type 2 diabetes be reversed?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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no it cannot be reversed ...there is nNO PEREMANENT CURE for diabetes .there are medication to control ur sugar levels...and if u are overweight then..reducing weight is the first thing to be done.

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