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New to type 2?   Stay positive

These new medications are aiming for less-frequent dosing

Keep in Mind: You’re Among Millions

Today, according to Diabetes Australia, 1.7 million Australians live with diabetes. Around the world, according to the International Diabetes Federation, there are over 427 million adults (20-79 years) with diabetes, with an expected rise to over 600 million by 2045. So you’re not alone! And with millions of people dealing with diabetes and more health experts searching for ways to improve care, it’s constantly in the news. Read reliable sources for accurate, science-based information and be cautious of false promises, quick fixes and magic potions that advertise ‘diabetes cures’.

Celebrate the Robust Amount of Research

Two realities fuel the flames of interest in and funding for diabetes research:

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