Contact: Jim Dryden
Washington University School of Medicine
Caption: Heart disease is one of the most common, and most deadly, complications faced by people with type 2 diabetes. they can develop clogged arteries, and now researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis are suggesting that low Vitamin D levels may be a big part of the problem. Jim Dryden reports.
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