November 14 is International Diabetes Day.
There are 425 million diabetics worldwide, according to the International Diabetes Federation. And the World Health Organization says there will be 622 million by 2040. In Africa, more than two-thirds of people with diabetes are undiagnosed.
In Senegal, 200 new cases annually in the 60s to 80s, we have increased to 2000 in recent years. What explains this progression of diabetes?
The guest BBC Morning Professor Maïmouna Ndour Mbaye director of the center Marc Sankalé in Senegal, which supports about 60,000 diabetics. She responds to Maxime DOMEGNI.