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Impact of Metabolic Health on Sperm Epigenetic Marks

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Impact of Metabolic Health on Sperm Epigenetic Marks in Humans

This study is designed to evaluate whether epigenetic markers in overweight men with type 1 or type 2 diabetes can be improved with a 3 month lifestyle intervention program.

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Lifestyle Intervention

Participants will undergo a 12-week multidisciplinary program for weight control and intensive diabetes management. The program includes adjustments to diabetes medications to enhance weight reduction and improve glycemia, dietary modification, and activity instructions.

No Intervention

Participants will not undergo an intervention.

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Impact of Metabolic Health on Sperm Epigenetic Marks in Humans

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NCT03860558

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