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Despite being a common disease affecting as many as 10% of reproductive age women, polycystic ovary syndrome remains challenging to diagnose. New international guidelines aim to change that, providing evidence-based recommendations about diagnostic tests and testing methods helpful in identifying and managing PCOS.

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According to the CDC, 30.3 million people—or 9.4 % of the U.S. population—had diabetes in 2015, and in the same year, about 1.5 million new cases of diabetes were diagnosed among adults age 18 or older. The CDC also estimates that 33.9% of U.S. adults had prediabetes.

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