Here’s a story from 2016 that can serve as a reference.
Recently, researchers from the Department of Endocrinology at Nanjing Hospital (Nanjing First Hospital), affiliated with Nanjing Medical University, published a paper aimed at analyzing the causes of death in 952 cases of diabetes. Studies have pointed out that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among diabetic patients; however, in the last decade, tumours have risen to the second place as the cause of death, and the emphasis on early diagnosis and treatment of malignant tumours is conducive to reducing mortality among diabetics. The article was published in the 24th issue of Jiangsu Medicine in 2015.
A retrospective analysis of the clinical data of 952 patients who died of diabetes mellitus, and a cause of death analysis according to the International Classification of Diseases-10 (ICD-10).
The top five leading causes of death in 429 cases of combined diabetes from 1995 to 2004 were cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, infectious disease, malignant neoplasm and renal insufficiency, while the top five causes of death in 523 cases of combined diabetes from 2005 to 2014 were cardiovascular disease, malignant neoplasm, cerebrovascular disease, infectious disease and renal insufficiency, in that order. Tumors rose to second place as a cause of death for people with diabetes. The mortality rates for patients with 30 years of diabetes were 19.64%, 26.58%, 29.94% and 23.84% respectively.
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