Lipids point the way to early diabetes and cardiovascular disease risk prediction

A study supported in part by the EU-funded PREVENT-2024 project has found that simultaneously measuring dozens of types of fat in the blood can help predict the risk of developing T2D and CVD decades before onset. By using lipidomic profiling to identify high-risk individuals well in advance, doctors will be able to recommend dietary and lifestyle changes long before the disease develops, ultimately reducing the burden of disease.

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