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Question:

Which of the following is most accurate regarding the CVD risk imposed by diabetes?

  1. Diabetes increases CVD risk in men to a greater extent than it does in women
  2. Diabetes increases CVD risk in women to a greater extent than it does in men
  3. CHD mortality risk in a person with diabetes is approximately the same as that of a non-diabetic patient with known CVD.
  4. CHD mortality risk in a person with diabetes is than that of a non-diabetic patient with known CVD.

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