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How Should the World Manage the Challenge of Diabetes Mellitus

The last three decades have shown prevalence of abnormalbehavior Helicobacter pylori strains and rising figures of many medical challenges related to these strains of the bacterium. It means that the last three decades demonstrated rediscovery of H. pylori, the antibiotic aggression towards it, the prevalence of its abnormal-behavior strains instead of getting rid of them, and the flare up of a lot of medical challenges related to these H. pylori strains [1,2]. A medical study which does not correlate between these obvious findings is definitely not employing a clinical sense. H. pylori colonized the stomach since an immemorial time; [1] as if both the stomach wall and the bacterium used to live together in peace harmless to each other. H. pylori in the stomach leads a physiological behavior identical with that of natural bacteria; namely its existence since an immemorial time, having mostly-harmless long history inside the stomach before being attacked by antibiotics, its huge biological talents for survival inside the stomach and its gastric recurrence is being unavoidable. In addition to that, H. pylori is protective against the development of low acidity-related carcinoma of the cardia of stomach [1,2].


Citation: Nasrat MA (2016) How Should the World Manage the Challenge of Diabetes Mellitus. Gen Med (Los Angel) 4:223. doi:10.4172/2327-5146.1000223

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