Drug's potential adverse side effect explained

Drugs that are agonists of the receptor PPAR-gamma are used to treat individuals with diabetes. However, it has been suggested that their use is associated with a slightly increased risk of heart failure. A potential explanation for this adverse effect that is observed in a minority of patients is outlined in a new study in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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