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A 'complete shift' in diabetes prescribing practices toward cardiovascular protective agents is occurring more slowly than anticipated, but Cleveland Clinic Cardiology chief Steve Nissen is ready to claim success in decade-long effort to shift diabetes drug treatment focus from blood sugar to cardiovascular mortality.
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