African Team Researches Onion Extract for Glucose Control

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Doctors around the world face their own individual challenges depending on where they are working with patients. In Africa those challenges include not only difficulty affording medication, but in some cases having proper ways to properly store them.

Doctors around the world face their own individual challenges depending on where they are working with patients. In Africa those challenges include not only difficulty affording medication, but in some cases having proper ways to properly store them.

Anthony Ojieh, MBBS, MSc, from Delta State University in Nigeria discussed how onion extract could someday be used as an inexpensive and easily accessible alternative for glucose level control.

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