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Diabetes mellitus (DM) expresses a so-called metabolic abnormality resulting from a defect in the secretion of insulin secreted by the pancreas, and this causes a metabolic disorder, i.e. the metabolic syndrome of both triglycerides and carbohydrates, which in turn leads to high blood sugar as well. DM consists of two types, one insulin-dependent and the other non-insulin-dependent. In the past years, researchers have found a relationship between each of the ABO blood groups with susceptibility to certain diseases, as it was found that peptic ulcer disease is most affected by people with blood type O. The vast majority of them suffer from stomach cancer in addition to increased susceptibility to sweating. In our current research, our study includes DM metabolic disorder and its relationship to each of the different blood groups of people as well as the ABO/Rhesus (Rh.) factor.


Mellitus (DM) ABO blood group Rhesus factor (Rh)

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Falah Mahdi Thahad, Rasmiya Hadi Basal, & Athar Hassan Abdullah. (2021). Association of ABO and RH Blood Groups with Diabetes. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 12(4), 2342-2344.