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Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study Reports 22-year Results


New data from the Diabetes Prevention Outcomes Study shows persistent reduction of type 2 diabetes development over 22-year average follow-up.

Long-term follow-up of participants enrolled in the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study (DPPOS) demonstrates a significant and persistent reduction in risk for type 2 diabetes. The latest DPPOS results were presented at the American Diabetes Association 80th Virtual Scientific Sessions. The DPP/DPPOS is the largest and longest running diabetes prevention study that continues to actively follow participants.

In the short slide show below, find highlights from the symposium, “New Data on Clinical Outcomes from the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study (DPPOS).”

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