No it doesn't.ASTEPHENS33 wrote:https://academic.oup.com/jnci/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/jnci/djy098/5038128?redirectedFrom=fulltext - I saw this article and thought it was really good.
The good news about this for me, is that it means as a patient I have some control
Utwo wrote:...The quality of modern health science is so bad that you can't trust any single publication until its results were reproduced several times.
Personally I trust only meta-studies (reviews and summarization of many individual papers in the same area of science).
"Science is facing a "reproducibility crisis" where more than two-thirds of researchers have tried and failed to reproduce another scientist's experiments..."
boxhill wrote:Chemo has sent my BG levels through the roof. There is almost nothing I can do about it. I could add more exercise, and I have to do so. It is very frustrating.
boxhill wrote:As a person with T2 diabetes who normally follows a low carb diet--which BTW has to contain a low consumption of fruit limited largely to specific low-glycemic options, few grains of any type, and almost no root vegetables--I would love to know whether they have determined that the real issue is blood glucose levels, amount of insulin, or what.
Chemo has sent my BG levels through the roof. There is almost nothing I can do about it. I could add more exercise, and I have to do so. It is very frustrating.
BTW, Dr. Ng was the person my oncologist originally suggested I see at D-F, but it was impossible to get an appointment with her without delaying my chemo even longer. The person I did see was wonderful, though.
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