We must not forget that foot problems are very common in people with diabetes, and so is diabetic neuropathy. In one of our studies, we showed that up to half of older patients with type 2 diabetes have significant neuropathy. Half of these patients may not realize that, because they have no symptoms. Therefore, screening for neuropathy is absolutely crucial to identify those people who are at risk of developing foot problems, and neuropathy itself is one of the most important contributory factors in the causation of foot ulcers. So screening and early treatment of neuropathy may help to reduce the incidence of foot ulcers, which themselves, sadly, may ultimately require amputation, and of course, this has significant morbidity and mortality.