Aging population, junk food, obesity. Take these three ingredients, mix them and you will have (among other things) a global epidemic of type 2 diabetes. In 30 years, the number of patients in the world has increased from 108 to 422 million, according to the World Health Organization. The France is not spared by this tsunami, since the country has about 3.5 million people treated for diabetes. And this is only the tip of the iceberg: about 700,000 people are unknowingly diabetic type 2, according to Public Health France. The challenge of detecting the disease as early as possible is major because without treatment, diabetes causes serious complications. So how not to miss it? What signals can alert us? Answer with two specialists.
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