Abigail Fraser, BA, MA, MPH, PhD
In this issue, Stuart and colleagues, using data from the Nurses' Health Study II, report associations between a history of a first pregnancy complicated by a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy and physician-diagnosed hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and type 2 diabetes over the course of 3 decades after pregnancy. The editorialist discusses the findings and the need to invest in research on this topic to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in women.
Irl B. Hirsch, MD; Jay S. Skyler, MD
This commentary was selected for publication from among several submitted in response to a call for readers' perspectives on treatment targets for type 2 diabetes.
Brian V. Burke, MD; Sandra Hedin, PharmD
D.R. Bailey Miles, MD
David C. Aron, MD, MS; Paul R. Conlin, MD; Leonard Pogach, MD, MBA
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