New OMRF research may lessen diabetic effects on the heart

New research from the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation might hold promise for reversing changes to the heart caused by diabetes.

BY GREG ELWELL Published: December 11, 2012
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Healthy heart cells are omnivores, meaning they can use several types of fuel to do their work. But for people with poorly managed or undiagnosed diabetes, the heart’s fuel source is limited, and that can cause problems during heart attacks and stroke.

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