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Understanding the types and causes of diabetes mellitus

@article{Wanjiru2018UnderstandingTT,
  title={Understanding the types and causes of diabetes mellitus},
  author={Juliana Maina Wanjiru},
  journal={International Journal of Biology},
  year={2018},
  volume={3},
  pages={202-207}
}
Statistics show that the prevalence of diabetes among different populations around the globe has been gradually going up in the last few decades. The trend is indeed worrying, so much that the number of diabetes patients is estimated to hit 36 million by 2030. This paper aimed at providing essential information for public education on diabetes mellitus. The paper accomplished this goal by conducting a literature review of various articles on types and different causes of diabetes mellitus… Expand

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