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noun glit·a·zone \ˈglit-ə-ˌzōn\

Medical Definition of glitazone

  1. :  thiazolidinedione <The diabetes drugs called glitazones gained federal approval because they lower blood sugar, but experts continue to debate whether they help or harm patients with diabetes.—Joe Rojas-Burke, The Oregonian (Portland, Oregon), 17 Mar. 2010>

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