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Cities Changing Diabetes in a nutshell

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Today, nearly two-thirds of the 382 million people with diabetes live in cities. If this trend continues, as many as half a billion people will have diabetes[1] by 2035 – nearly all of them living

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With a little help from our peers

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Can your peers help prevent type 2 diabetes? Henriette Curtz Jansen from Copenhagen municipality thinks so and shares how peer networks have been successful in Denmark.

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Social & cultural factors affect your risk of diabetes, and many are fuelled by cities. Learn more > #urbandiabetes https://t.co/Ci4elXTe2D
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By 2035 half a billion people will have diabetes. Nearly two-thirds of all people with diabetes live in cities. Join the global fight against urban diabetes

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