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We should be worried about global diabetes rates. This chart shows why

Insulin solution and syringe used to treat diabetes. Image:  Mykenzie Johnson/Unsplash

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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Share of adults 20-79 y/o with diabetes by world region in 2019 and 2045 (projected). Image: International Diabetes Federation
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