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1 IDF Regions and Global Projections for Number of People with Diabetes (20-79 years), 2010-2030 (Picture courtesy of IDF Diabetes Atlas [2]

1 IDF Regions and Global Projections for Number of People with Diabetes (20-79 years), 2010-2030 (Picture courtesy of IDF Diabetes Atlas [2]

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