We all are aware that a person with FBS between 70 & 110 is non-diabetic; between 110 & 140 pre-diabetic and above 140 is diabetic. However, who determined these ranges? I strongly doubt these ranges are provide good business for the doctors, pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies. Moreover, if a person is diagnosed as diabetic and undergoing treatment, then why he is not becoming non-diabetic, even after having medicines for a year or so?
Doctors argue that diabetes cannot be cured, but it can only be controlled. But a diagnosed person , who is undergoing treatment, gradually becoming more prone to diseases, less immunity, increase in diabetes treatment dosages, including introduction of insulin. Doctors are not at all questioned. In addition, this is the reason why insurance companies are not covering ophthalmology related problems, particularly will crop-up with diabetic patients.