The Future

Research into the identification of genes involved in T2D is beginning to lead to insights into the pathogenesis of this common condition. With knowledge of the precise biochemical variants involved in disease pathogenesis, we will be in a better position to classify the disease and design more rational therapeutic maneuvers to prevent and ameliorate this condition. Research also needs to be directed at the gene-environment interaction, as this will indicate the appropriate population strategies to combat the increasing incidence of this common noncommunicable disease. Recently, life style interventions (healthy diet and exercise) have demonstrated significant reduction in onset of diabetes in high-risk individuals for T2D. In the future genetic profiling might be used to identify those likely to respond to such strategies including pharmacological treatment.

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