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Diabetes expected to soar over the next 3 decades

Researchers believe that the incidence of diabetes will double over the next 3 decades. India, China and the US are believed to have the highest level of diabetes. Increased obesity is believed to be a contributing factor.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Click On Detroit

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About: Diabetes expected to soar over the next 3 decades

Date: 26 April 2004

Source: Click On Detroit

URL: http://www.clickondetroit.com/health/3237287/detail.html

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