Risk of diabetes higher in South Asian and black people in UK

In the UK the risk of diabetes is three to five times higher in South Asian and black people.

In Cambridge and Peterborough South Asian and black patients constitute 17% of all diabetic patients.

But why are these communities at risk? Professor Shahina Pardhan from Anglia Ruskin University explains why:

First published 23.04.19:
https://www.itv.com/news/anglia/update/2019-04-23/risk-of-diabetes-higher-in-south-asian-and-black-people-in-uk/

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