This HND piece examines that very neglected cohort: Skinny type 2 diabetics. Plenty of urban myths to debunk.
For example, no one knows the source--as in real hard numerical data-- for the notion that "80% of type 2's are overweight." I'm beginning to think that someone just pulled that statistic out of thin air. Then there's the guy who claims he went from being ridiculously hyperglycemic to borderline hypo just by changing his diet.
As to mainstream articles, you'll get a kick out of recent "finding" that fat type 2's have better mortality overall than skinny type 2's. As I put it in the piece, "Deconstructing the methodology behind this paper would fill a book."
Read the complete article.