In a new article published in Medical Life Sciences on June 2, 2022, Denmark researchers examined 112 million blood samples from 1.3 million Danes. Their conclusion?  “Our study demonstrates that there is an elevated risk of developing diabetes if a person is affected by lung, pancreatic, breast, brain, urinary tract, or uterine cancers.”

The study states that cancer patients who develop diabetes have a shorter lifespan than those cancer survivors who do not develop diabetes. There are a number of theories as to why this might be.

>>Read the entire article HERE.

Higher Diabetes Risk Associated with Certain Types of Cancer


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