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Diabetes incidence rates decreased to 16.3% in the UAE

2020-02-27T13:00:58.794Z

Dr. Fathia Al-Awadi, consultant and head of the endocrinology department at Dubai Hospital, head of the Emirates Diabetes Division head and president of the tenth annual Emirates Diabetes and Endocrinology Conference, said that the incidence of diabetes in the country according to the latest studies reached 16.3%.



A consultant and head of the endocrinology department at Dubai Hospital, head of the Emirates Diabetes Association division and the head of the tenth annual Emirates Diabetes and Endocrinology Conference, Dr. Fathia Al-Awadi, reported that the percentage of diabetes in the country according to the latest studies reached 16.3%.

Al-Awadi said, in press statements on the sidelines of the conference, that diabetes, of the second type, is the most prevalent in the country, at 80%, while the main causes of infection are concentrated in genetic factors and an unhealthy lifestyle.

The conference will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Dubai Health Authority, in the presence and participation of Professor Andrew Bolton, President of the International Diabetes Federation and a number of representatives of international diabetes societies and organizations and more than 5000 doctors and specialists from different countries of the world. Over the course of three days at the Dubai World Trade Center, during his scientific sessions, he discusses several axes related to the latest global developments in the field of diagnosing and treating diabetes and best practices for disease prevention and the latest developments and scientific research in the field of diabetes and endocrine diseases.

Source: emara

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