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A new large Danish study shows that cancer risk increases by 50 percent in diabetics treated with insulin.

 
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A new large Danish study shows that cancer risk increases by 50 percent in diabetics treated with insulin.
Patients with insulin-dependent diabetes are dependent on insulin. But they are exposed simultaneously to an increased risk of getting cancer.

A new large Danish study shows that cancer risk increases by 50 percent in diabetics treated with insulin.

Behind the examination Steno Diabetes Center, run jointly by the Danish Cancer Registry by the National Diabetes Register finds 30,000 cases of cancer in diabetic patients. Thus the result supports similar studies abroad within the last year has held an unfortunate link between insulin and cancer.

Diabetes Association: Insuling is vital
President of the Diabetes Association, Professor Allan Flyvbjerg, Aarhus University Hospital, told Ritzau that nobody knows the exact explanation.

"But we know that insulin is a weak growth factor, and may have body cells to grow in an unfortunate direction. Without insulin the cancer would probably not evolve, but remain in a precursor, "he said.

Despite the increased risk warns him to stop using insulin, because it can have serious consequences:

"No one in Denmark get insulin, and it is not imperative. It is vital medicines that can only be given when all other means no longer have any effect, "he said.

Still more have diabetes
Foreign studies have shown that the risk of cancer is dependent on the amount of insulin. Other studies have addressed the suspicion against certain types of insulin.

The Danish study can neither confirm nor deny whether the quantity or type of importance. The results are only ready about a year's time.

In 2009 was a good 67,000 Danes treated with insulin. The number is steadily increasing, show figures from the Medicines Agency.

[link to politiken.dk]





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