Diabetic Living Australia

Time for change


An estimated 1 million Australian adults (that’s 1 in 20 of us) were living with type 2 diabetes in 2014–15. And globally, according to the International Diabetes Federation, it’s estimated 425 million people had diabetes in 2017, and this figure is expected to increase to 693 million by 2040. With the cost of all forms of diabetes in Australia estimated at $14.6 billion each year, it’s clearly in everyone’s best interests to find an effective solution to stopping the soaring rates of type 2 diabetes.

The discrimination that exists against people with type 2 diabetes relates to the belief that it

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