Diabetic kidney disease has become more prevalent in the United States over the past 20 years, despite a substantial increase in the use of medications for the treatment of people with diabetes. These include drugs to lower glucose, blood pressure, and lipids. Findings suggest that these treatments alone are not effective in reducing diabetic kidney disease, and additional ways are needed. The real solution to preventing diabetic kidney disease is to keep diabetes from occurring in the first place.
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