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Diabetes in the U.S. and China

Rates of diabetes are increasing in the U.S. and China, but with very different outcomes for patients.

November 5, 2020
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Diabetes affects nearly half a billion people globally. As that number increases, so does the cost on human health and economies. Both the U.S. and China have higher rates of diabetes than the global average, but with vastly different costs per person. For National Diabetes Awareness Month, we look at how patients in both countries are affected by this global health crisis.

 

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