A surprising relationship between blood sugar and brain tumors may help to shed light on how certain cancers would develop, finds a new study from the Ohio State University. Cancers are more common among people with diabetes. And cancerous tumors in the brain called gliomas are less common among people with elevated blood sugar and diabetes. The research study may show how the high blood sugar may appear to reduce the risk of a person''s noncancerous brain tumor called meningioma.
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