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Diagnostics Point of care testing, Genetics and epigenetics, Technology and innovation, Neurology

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About 10 percent of pregnant women will develop gestational diabetes – and, of those, a further 30 to 50 percent will develop type 2 diabetes (T2D) within 10 years. A newly discovered metabolic signature that can predict with over 85 percent accuracy whether a woman will develop T2D could now lead to a test to identify those most at risk (1).

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