When someone is sick, be it short-term or long-term, we immediately think of the costs this person has to bear in terms of both physical pain and of the money
needed to buy drugs and other supplies to get better or keep the condition under control. We might also go as far as to consider the financial costs borne by national
healthcare systems. But there is more to health economics that this. Delve into this article to find out why we cannot remain blind to the so-called indirect costs of diabetes.
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