November 14 is the International Day against Diabetes.
According to the International Diabetes Federation, there are 425 million diabetics in the world. And the World Health Organization says that by the year 2040 there will be 622 million. In Africa, over 2/3 of people with diabetes have not been diagnosed.
200 new yearly cases in Senegal 60-80. In the last few years, we have grown to 2000. What explains this diabetes progression?
Guest, BBC Morning Professor Maimuna Ndour Mbaye, director of the center, Marc Sankalé, director of Senegal, who supports around 60,000 diabetes patients. She responds to Maxime DOMEGNI.