Diabetes affects almost 9% of Brazilian population. This means that the disease is about 13 million people. It is caused by a deficiency in insulin production, which ultimately affects the level of glucose in the body.
However, many people are unaware that this disease that is already prevalent can lead to flaws throughout life, such as visual disturbances, amputations, severe kidney problems and even a growth deficit.
Taking into account the World Diabetes Day, on November 14, we created a special topic on this subject from the point of view of people who had an accidental disability from the disease.
By using this opportunity, we are showing the problems and prejudices that people who are capable of doing in this area are facing and addressing some of the specific rights of diabetics.
Watch and share as quality information will always be the best way to prevent and care for our health.
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