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zyprexa, seroquel, risperdal, abilify all can have porential risk of raising blood sugar...does latuda (lurasidone) carry this risk also..not to familiar with it?

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Latuda (lurasidone) Diabetes: Between five and 12% of patients studied on Latuda (lurasidone) developed blood sugar levels greater than 126 during the study period. A lot of this has to do with the various doses and it was not a linear increase with the doses studied.
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