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High Cortisol
My husband developed type 11 diabetes a few years ago. He has just learned that he has high cortisol and that this is related to insulin resistance. By correcting the cortisol, is it possible that he will no longer be diabetic? And is it possible in susceptible people, for high cortisol to actually cause diabetes?
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