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Do you take baby aspirin to decrease your risk of cardiovascular disease?
Yes, daily.
 
Yes, when I remember.
 
No, because I am concerned about doing so.
 
No. I don't feel I need to.
 
I've been thinking about it.
 

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by Brenda Bell
Most of the time, we bash the lastest news about a "diabetes cure" because it is neither a cure, nor often even a significant improvement in diabetes treatment. Usually these "cures" are tested in mice, but fail to make the leap over to human physiology. Devices may work in the lab, but take decades to pass through FDA review, and still not be much better than what we already have. It's enough to make us all jaded. I know I am. But I saw something...