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  1. Using technology to help manage diabetes

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    Published by: Swiss Re Group Content Type: Article

    Using technology to help manage diabetes Summary Today estimates show approximately 451 million adults – that's 1 in 11 - have diabetes. This comes with a huge economic cost: the annual global price tag to treat the condition is USD 1.3 trillion. However,

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  2. Type 2 diabetes – a reversible condition?

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    Type 2 diabetes – a reversible condition? Diabetes prevalence being on the rise globally, we expect a growing impact of the disease on re/insurance portfolios throughout different lines of business. Whereas type 2 diabetes is significantly driven by geneti

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  3. Solutions to address modifiable risks like type 2 diabetes

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    Solutions to address modifiable risks like type 2 diabetes Can insurers play a role in improving society's health and slowing the explosion of diseases like type 2 diabetes? We think so. A chronic epidemic of non-communicable diseases is sweeping the world

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  4. Diabetes Management Programme

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    Diabetes Management Programme A new way to strengthen your inforce portfolio, increase customer engagement or attract new policyholders is hiding in an unlikely place: the growing diabetes and obesity epidemics.

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  5. Diabetes in China

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    Diabetes in China Type 2 Diabetes is a life style disease increasing across the world. The increase has been particularly marked in Asia and specifically within China, where only a few decades ago, diabetes was practically unknown.

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  6. Expert forum on diabetes

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    Expert forum on diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a highly prevalent condition and a major cause of morbidity and mortality. But just because you are predisposed to diabetes doesn’t mean you will get the disease.

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  7. Continuous glucose monitoring and the transformation of diabetes care

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    Continuous glucose monitoring and the transformation of diabetes care The revolution in health care wearables is coming to diabetes management. Accurate, continuous blood sugar data from cutting-edge glucose sensing technology, will substantially improve t

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  8. The Challenges of Diabetes

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    The Challenges of Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes is a life style disease increasing across the world. The increase has been particularly marked in Asia and specifically within China, where only a few decades ago, diabetes was practically unknown. Type 2 Diabetes

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  9. Vincent Mooser: Unfortunately, we can't improve the prediction of diabetes with genetic information, yet

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    Vincent Mooser: Unfortunately, we can't improve the prediction of diabetes with genetic information, yet Vincent Mooser, Professor, Head Clinical Chemistry CHUV, University of Lausanne presented "Genetic risk score vs. other predictors for type 2 diabetes"

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