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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 many patients, diabetes management takes a backseat to cancer treatment. But managing your blood sugar levels can help your overall health.

We spoke with Erma Levy, a research dietitian at MD Anderson, about what cancer patients with diabetes should know.

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BY Brittany Cordeiro

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