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Hospitals in England are amputating more limbs than EVER because of diabetes with more than 27,000 body parts cut off since 2015

More people than ever are having parts of their legs amputated because of diabetes complications, figures have revealed.  More than 27,000 toe, feet and lower leg amputations were carried out by the NHS between 2015 and 2018.  This is 3,000 more than in the three years prior and is down to cases of type 2 diabetes – a weight-related illness – soaring.  Read more...
 

 

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