What parts of the body does diabetes damage?

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William Lee Dubois
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
If you have diabetes, the organs most at risk of damage are your eyes, your kidneys, and your feet. This is because people with diabetes often suffer poor blood circulation, which can lead to capillary. Capillary damage can lead to organ damage. Since the eyes, kidneys and feet all have large numbers of capillaries, they are more directly susceptible to damage from diabetes.
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