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What is the potential downside of using A1c?CorrectIncorrect
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What is the target fasting glucose range for healthy people?CorrectIncorrect
What non-glucose related biomarkers are good indicators to use to test for metabolic dysfunction and dysglycemia?CorrectIncorrect
Over what time period does A1c measure average blood sugar?CorrectIncorrect
How can post-meal glucose levels be measured in clinical settings?CorrectIncorrect
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