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Diabetes occurs when the body isn’t able to produce enough insulin or is unable to use it to convert sugar into energy. The result is a spike in blood sugar (the amount of sugar in the blood) and over the long term, this could result in a higher risk of heart disease and kidney failure.
830,000 Quebecers live with diabetes, or approximately 10% of the population.*
*Source: Diabetes Québec.
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
Gestational diabetes (occurs during pregnancy)
Less common types:
Secondary diabetes as a result of taking medication
Secondary diabetes as a result of certain illnesses
MODY diabetes (Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young)
LADA diabetes (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults)
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Whenever possible, your pharmacist will suggest replacing your brand name drug with a generic drug, which is just as reliable and effective, only more affordable.
Ask your pharmacist for an up-to-date list of your medication and allergies. They’ll also give you a handy folder to keep it in so you can show the list to your doctor or emergency services if needed.
With the “It’s ready!” notification service, you’ll be instantly notified by email or text message when your prescriptions are available for pick-up.
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