How come maori diabetes rates are high compared to non-maori?

April 30, 2018, 2:55 p.m.

The moko foundation is working with researchers to understand how maori metabolise sugar differently in hopes that this will give more understanding to the diabetes epidemic. They are hosting an information evening tonight in Kaitaia at 5pm at The Moko Foundation. We are Joined by Conor O'Sullivan for an update on their mahi in Te Hiku O Te Ika.

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