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Stats Intro 2 Sandro

For the NCDFREE global launches
by

Alessandro Demaio

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Stats Intro 2 Sandro

Let's make NCDs personal

This auditorium now
represents the globe
60% of global deaths caused by NCDs
In Australia, the percentage is greater than 80%
Take a look at Type 2 Diabetes


Prediabetic & Diabetic (Adults): 25%



Prediabetic or diabetic: 50% (500M – 25x all AUS)


80% of diabetes is currently preventable


1 in 5 will experience depression this year.

Mental Health (AUS)
70% of suicides occur in world’s poorest nations.
But something can be done.

Should we choose to.

The vision of NCDFREE.
1 in 20 NCD deaths could be avoided by improving fruit and vegetable access
A tobacco-free AUS would have saved $32B in lost productivity in 2004.

And yet, NCDs already cost India the equivalent of 12.5 per cent of the nation's GDP in lost productivity
Indian Government currently spends 2% of GDP on healthcare
Healthcare costs for a person with diabetes in Vietnam can be 75% of a family's income
Australia
China
1980: 1%
Today: 7%
1980: 1%
Today: 12%
1 in 2 will be affected by depression or anxiety.
280 new cases today.
Imagine the possibilities...
Twice what we spent on tertiary education.
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