Millions Will Lack Access to Insulin by 2030, Researchers Warn

The number of people living with diabetes continues to rise, and access to insulin will fail to keep up with the growing demand, a new study says. The researchers predict that 79 million adults with type 2 diabetes will need insulin, but only half that number will be able to get an adequate supply if current levels of access remain. The warn that access needs major improvements, especially in the African, Asian and Oceania regions, to meet the demand. Read more

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