There is an association between higher levels of fibroblast growth factor 23, or FGF23, and greater cardiovascular and mortality risks for adults with type 2 diabetes and normal or mildly impaired kidney function, according to findings published in Diabetes Care.
“So far, most studies had focused on the role of FGF23 in patients with reduced kidney function,” Martin H. de Borst, MD, PhD, a consultant nephrologist, adjunct professor of medicine at the University of Groningen and University Medical Center in the Netherlands, and Stanley M.H. Yeung, of the division of nephrology in
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