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"On the basis of these results, DCCT intensive therapy has been adopted worldwide as the standard of therapy for type 1 diabetes."
"The long-term results of the DCCT/EDIC further reinforce the importance of early intensive therapy over the lifetime of people with type 1 diabetes. Our challenge now is to ensure that all patients with type 1 diabetes are able to take advantage of these remarkable findings and to make intensive therapy as convenient and safe as possible."
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"Major Long-Term Benefits of Intensive Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes: Study Reports Near-Normal Glucose Levels Lead to Large Reductions in Kidney, Heart, Severe Eye Diseases and Stroke"
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