Diabetes affects almost 9% of the Brazilian population. This means that the disease has about 13 million people. This is due to a lack of insulin production that ends, which affects the level of glucose in the body.
However, many people are unaware of the fact that this disease, which has already become commonplace, can be the cause of acquired shortcomings in life, such as visually impaired, amputations, severe kidney problems, and even a deficiency of growth.
In the light of the World Diabetes Day, on 14 November, we prepared a special subject on the subject from the perspective of people who had some accidental disability due to illness.
On this occasion, we present the challenges and prejudices faced by people in this role, in addition to addressing certain rights associated with diabetics.
Take a look and share, as quality data will always be the best way to prevent and care for our health.
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