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Newer doesn't mean better when it comes to type 2 diabetes drugs

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Default Newer doesn't mean better when it comes to type 2 diabetes drugs

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An inexpensive type 2 diabetes drug that has been around for more than 15 years works just as well and has fewer side effects than a half-dozen other, mostly newer and more expensive classes of medication used to control the chronic disease, new research suggests.

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