What diabetes does to your kidneys
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Dr. Oz says this dangerous scarring takes place in all other body tissues. "That's a problem because that influences all of our organs."

For that reason, Dr. Oz says diabetics are at high risk of kidney failure."Here's a picture of a normal kidney on the left. Beautiful. Plump. Robust," he says. "Look at the kidney on the right. It's shrunken. It's shriveled. It's been killed. That's a diabetic kidney."

FROM: America's Silent Killer: Oprah and Dr. Oz Want to Save Your Life
Published on February 01, 2010

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