Diabetic neuropathy more harmful to the brain than expected

Nerve damage caused by diabetes may be more harmful to the brain than previously thought, according to new research which could pave the way for better assessment, monitoring and treatment of diabetic neuropathy. Until now it was widely believed that the impact of diabetes-related nerve damage on the brain was limited to peripheral areas.

Nerve damage caused by diabetes may be more harmful to the brain than previously thought, according to new research which could pave the way for better assessment, monitoring and treatment of diabetic neuropathy. Until now it was widely believed that the impact of diabetes-related nerve damage on the brain was limited to peripheral areas.

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Diabetic neuropathy more harmful to the brain than expected