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Question:

From Cedarville, Ohio, USA:

Can a vitamin deficiency of any kind cause diabetes? The reason I ask is that my grandmother has not been getting all her daily vitamins and her doctor said her sugar was very high.

Answer:

I am not aware of vitamin deficiency causing diabetes. It is likely she is developing Type 2 diabetes.

JS

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Original posting 18 Jun 2000
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms and Alternative Therapies and Explanations

  
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