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:
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Two restaurant workers from West Norfolk are currently striding across the Fens on a sponsored walk raising money for a terminally ill mum.
Andy Lucraft-Townley and Chris Hayes from Arbuckles restaurant in Downham market are hoping to make £20,000 to help Heather Bellamy from the town live longer. But they're already foot sore with blisters.
Elodie Harper reports :