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Diabetes is a life-threatening disease that affects more than 366 million people worldwide. Type 2 diabetes, which is linked to obesity, is an epidemic in the developed world, and both conditions are on the rise in emerging nations. Diabetes research focuses on understanding the mechanisms that drive this complex disease and on developing medicines that can control blood sugar levels while protecting against related risks like weight gain and heart disease.
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