Wall Street Journal columnist covering consumer health for Personal Journal section. sumathi.reddy@wsj.com.

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Is it better to have a slightly higher blood-sugar level if you have Type 2 diabetes? One doctor's group says yes. This week's column:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/diabetes-debate-leaves-little-consensus-1520864350  via @WSJ
Genetic testing results in more prophylactic organ removals. For mutations in the CDH1 gene, it's stomach removals. This week's column:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-parent-has-a-cancer-geneshould-the-child-get-surgery-1520347436  via @WSJ
Genetic testing leads to drastic choices: in one family, five members have had their stomachs removed after learning they were at high risk for a deadly form of gastric cancer. My column:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-parent-has-a-cancer-geneshould-the-child-get-surgery-1520347436 
Demand for stem cell injections for knee and other orthopedic injuries soars. This week's column:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/stem-cells-for-knee-problems-u-s-doctors-investigate-1515420324  via @WSJ
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