IDF Diabetes Atlas
Publisher: International Diabetes Federation 2015
Number of pages: 140
Today, diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases that share the same risk factors represent a leading threat to health and human development. The IDF Diabetes Atlas aims to provide evidence-based information and projections on the current and future magnitude of the diabetes epidemic.
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