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BY Cynthia DeMarco

Diabetes affects roughly 10% of people in the United States. Another 1 in 3 has pre-diabetes, or elevated blood sugar levels that don’t quite reach the threshold for diabetes.

Often, diabetes develops on its own. But sometimes it can stem from an underlying cancer — or even be a side effect of the therapies used to treat it. When diabetes is caused by something else, it’s known as secondary diabetes.

We checked in with diabetes...

Graphic of tiny people with gigantic diabetes monitoring equipment

BY Kellie Bramlet Blackburn

Between 8% and 18% of cancer patients have diabetes, a chronic condition that impacts the ability to regulate blood sugar levels. And, for...

BY Brittany Cordeiro

Cancer survivors: If you're feeling a little sluggish, it's better to get active than hit the couch. Exercise curbs fatigue, reduces stress...