Economical growth, observed in most countries (e.g. China, India and many others) and even in whole continents (like Africa) that were previously regarded as undeveloped and poor, resulted in an increase of global prevalence of obesity, and subsequently of increasing incidence and prevalence of diabetes. Published in 2011 prognosis predict that the prevalence of diabetes of half a billion patients in the year 2030.
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