America losing fight with type 2 diabetes
Washington Post, January 2, 2009
The type 2 diabetes epidemic that continues to sweep across the United States has left an estimated 24 million Americans struggling with the disease, up more than 3 million people since 2005. And, of course, with the epidemic comes the wave of illnesses and disabilities brought on by diabetes—heart disease and stroke, blindness, amputations, kidney disease and nervous system damage.
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