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All Diabetics
Diabetes Prayer Day 2003


Diabetes is the 6th leading cause of death in US: 400,000 per year. 18 million people in US (6.2% of population) have diabetes. Prayer is needed to help combat this epidemic.


For every 2 people diagnosed, 1 person remains undiagnosed.

8 million people remain undiagnosed.

Newly diagnosed cases growing at an epidemic rate.

Approximately 1 million people will be diagnosed this year.

16 million people are pre-diabetic patients.

Type 2 Diabetes is projected to increase 165% over the next 50 years.

1 in 3 babies born in 2000 will be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes later in life.

PLEASE, pray for a cure for diabetes!

 
mickeyjor1 -10/16/2003
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