Finding out what's wrong, is the first step towards improvement.
For a long time now, there has been an ongoing debate about whether or not diabetes can be considered fatal. The fact of the matter is that diabetes in itself is not very deadly, unless it goes undetected for a long period of time. The results of diabetes can cause some serious harm to organs such as the kidneys, the heart and the eyes. These in turn can become irreparable issues and in a lot of cases fatal.
Keeping in mind these consequences, Lions Clubs International had successfully initiated Diabetes detection camps across India and primarily in the Delhi (NCR) region.
India, now in this matter popular as the diabetes capital of the world, gave a responsible response by turning up in large numbers for the camps. Despite being in the middle of an environmental battle, Delhi gave a good response.
These camps were held from the 1st of November, 2017 to the 14th.
Lions Clubs International has embarked upon a crusade that affects 422 million individuals globally and over 69 million in India. The organisation shall continue in this endeavour of freeing the world of the shackles of this seemingly harmless disease.