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2020 will go down in history as the year when the global community was awakened to the fragility of human health and the interdependence of the ecosystem, economy, and humanity. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the vulnerability of people with diabetes during a public health emergency became evident by their at least 2 times increased risk of severe disease or death, especially in individuals with poorly controlled diabetes, comorbidities, or both. The disease burden caused by COVID-19, exacerbated by chronic conditions like diabetes, has inflicted a heavy toll on health-care systems and the global economy.
Juliana C N Chan
Juliana C N Chan,Edward W Gregg
Juliana C N Chan,Lee-Ling Lim,Nicholas J Wareham,Jonathan E Shaw,Trevor J Orchard,Ping Zhang,Eric S H Lau,Björn Eliasson,Alice P S Kong,Majid Ezzati,Carlos A Aguilar-Salinas,Margaret McGill,Naomi S Levitt,Guang Ning,Wing-Yee So,Jean Adams,Paula Bracco,Nita G Forouhi,Gabriel A Gregory,Jingchuan Guo,Xinyang Hua,Emma L Klatman,Dianna J Magliano,Boon-Peng Ng,David Ogilvie,Jenna Panter,Meda Pavkov,Hui Shao,Nigel Unwin,Martin White,Constance Wou,Ronald C W Ma,Maria I Schmidt,Ambady Ramachandran,Yutaka Seino,Peter H Bennett,Brian Oldenburg,Juan José Gagliardino,Andrea O Y Luk,Philip M Clarke,Graham D Ogle,Melanie J Davies,Rury R Holman,Edward W Gregg