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The facts are clear: the Latino population has a diabetes rate 1.9 times higher than Caucasians. The good news is several organizations are taking the issue head on, like the San Antonio Food Bank. Read how they’re cultivating change in the full post at Discuss Diabetes here.
Added by Laura K, Sanofi US Diabetes on May 1, 2012 at 6:23am — No Comments
A few days ago I had an amazing opportunity to give a speech at the Canadian Diabetes Symposium in Brantford, Ontario. The turnout was impressive: a ballroom bursting at its seams with over 600 people, many of them standing. The positive energy was truly contagious. People ranged in age from a newborn to senior citizens, but we were all there because we shared something in common: we are choosing to live our lives well with…Continue