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December 19, 2018
Patients with Type 1 Diabetes have a brain connectivity network different from the healthy people, according to a new study led by researchers of the University of Barcelona. This confirmation reinforce the idea that these patients' brains develop a series of functional changes to adapt to cognitive alterations caused by this disease. These results could have potential implications in the diagnosis of diabetes and the study of other disorders with cognitive alterations. Read more
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