Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy

Type 2 diabetes treatment based on lifestyle changes set for October launch in Hong Kong

  • Originating in the Netherlands, the six-month programme uses nutrition, exercise, sleep and relaxation as therapy
  • A programme adviser says most of those who use insulin to control the disease will be able to reduce, or even stop, their use after the first weekend
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Some diabetes sufferers inject insulin to control their blood-sugar level, but a treatment programme set to launch in Hong Kong promises to reduce the need to inject by making lifestyle changes. Photo: Alamy
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