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Diabetes Mellitus, especially type 2, is a growing epidemic in India as citizens are increasingly adopting western life styles. A particular genetic predisposition in these populations is indeed present. Current estimates indicate that 8.2% of the adult population, or 72.1 million people, have diabetes, 65.1 million of whom live in India. The management of this disease and its complications and co morbidities is a big challenge, especially for the healthcare, considering the low level of expenses that are dedicated to it.

If the purpose of medical research, education and practice are to enhance the quality of life for people across the planet, EXCEMED’s CME Tour of Africa is not only timely, but essential. This initiative is far-reaching, powerful and cost-effective - is there a better way to make a difference?