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Diabetes is a common and rapidly growing disease that affects more than 380 million people worldwide and is an established risk factor for cardiovascular disease with differential effects on women compared to men. While the general population of women, particularly young women, has more favourable cardiovascular risk profiles than men, this protective effect has been shown to be lost or even reversed in diabetic women. Several studies have demonstrated a significant diabetes-associated excessdoi:10.1007/s11906-015-0554-0 pmid:25903071 pmcid:PMC4408368 fatcat:2wsywuowgzh5hkf7h5d35vxjja