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I have some questions related to diabetes. Im just wondering if someone's fasting glucose level could be different if they have Type I diabetes compared to Type II diabetes, or would they be similar?

Also, if a drug for treating Type II diabetes supressed glucagon activity, what would be the effect? would it increase insulin or decrease glucose?

Thanks for the help!

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