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Diabetes is a fast-growing disease of the poor. Here’s how we can turn the tide

Out of 400 million people with diabetes worldwide, over 300 million live in developing countries. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Bent Lautrup-Nielsen

Senior Programme Manager, World Diabetes Foundation

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