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Gene Linked To Type 2 Diabetes Identified

ene and 25% without the disease had the gene.

When the researchers compared the gene variations in three populations of Icelanders, Danes and white Americans they found that 21% of Type 2 diabetes is due to the presence of the variation of the gene that increased the risk of diabetes.

The individuals carrying the deleterious version of the gene TCF7L2 can control their blood sugars with other supportive therapies like weight reduction programs and indulging in regular exercises.


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