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Hypoglycaemia in the management of type 2 diabetes: The primary care perspective

The main side-effects of the treatment of diabetes with insulin – and to a lesser extent with sulphonylureas – are weight gain and hypoglycaemia. The latter ranges from being merely unpleasant and inconvenient to potentially causing disaster and threatening life and limb.

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