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Latest figures show 463 million people now living with diabetes worldwide as numbers continue to rise

        On World Diabetes Day, 14 November, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) released new figures that highlight the alarming growth in the prevalence of diabetes around the world. 38 million more adults are now estimated to be living with diabetes compared to the results published in 2017. New findings, published in the 9th Edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas, show that there are now 463 million adults with diabetes worldwide.
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