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Peripheral Neuropathy

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:01pm

The New York Times takes a shot at a summary of peripheral neuropathy.
The most common cause, accounting for nearly a third of neuropathy cases, is diabetes, especially among those whose blood sugar levels are poorly controlled. Half of all people with diabetes eventually begin to lose sensation and develop pain and sometimes weakness in their feet and hands.

Once again, amazingly, the New York Times does not blame former President Bush for this problem.

Check it outhere.

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