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Diabetes And Refugees – Taking A Global Look At Diabetes Among Refugees

Diabetes and Refugees – Taking a Global Look at Diabetes among Refugees

Before Syria’s civil war began, Hamad, 67, was a successful farmer in Tafas, a town not far from Syria’s border with Israel. Together with his sons, he farmed 100 acres of fertile tomato fields and olive groves. He took pride in his flock of 100 sheep, and his tomatoes were sold all over Syria. Best of all: His farmhouse was always filled with happy grandchildren.

Source: Diabetes Forcast

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