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5 November 2010.
Dear Colleagues,

I want to send my heartfelt thanks for your dedication and effort in the work of preparing this year's World Diabetes Day. I strongly hope that the World Diabetes Day for 2010. will be a huge success. Ninety years after the discovery of insulin, sixty years after the establishment of the International Diabetes Federation and four years after Resolution 61/225 UN diabetes, the number of people with diabetes than 300 million people and is expected to reach 500 million within a generation. In every country and in any location in the world is going to lose the battle against this cruel and deadly disease. Our inaction condemns our children, our children's children and humanity a future of poverty and disease. If nothing is done, if no action is taken, we will be faced with even greater problem in the future. World Diabetes Day is the best opportunity for us to raise awareness about the silent killer, as is diabetes. Since 1991. World Day of Diabetes distributed among millions of people around the world the message of the need for awareness, education and prevention in relation to diabetes. These are efforts worldwide, in places very successful, which are supported by the World Health Organization and United Nations. Our task is to make sure that the political promises of world governments to become reality for every person living with diabetes. Looking back, the birth of the World Day of diabetes can be regarded as a turning point in terms of diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). That reached the UN resolution was a major achievement for MDF and significant event for several reasons. It was the first UN resolution pertaining to the some non-communicable diseases and was the first time governments have acknowledged that diabetes is a worldwide problem. We can proudly look back and say that this was the first step in the fight for supremacy over the epidemic, such as diabetes and had become to save lives. But the full impact and consequences of the UN resolution continue to evolve today, as we saw earlier this year. On May 13 member states unanimously voted to be held in September 2011. Summit under UN auspices on noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). This is the first step. Summit next year allows us to ask for answers and action on diabetes. By bringing the medical care of noncommunicable diseases to those who need them through the restructuring of healthcare systems. To make sure that every man sought assistance in the health care system to be correctly diagnosed and controlled for non-communicable diseases. To mark World Diabetes Day, the International Diabetes Federation launches Call for action on diabetes. This is the first major activity of the Roadmap program for diabetes and will be a key tool for advocacy for the global diabetes community on the path to the summit organized by the UN. The call for action will be a powerful tool that will attract the attention of world leaders the world diabetes pandemic and will lead to action, engagement, support and resources for diabetes.
People from all over the world will literally "remove diabetes to light on November 14 and will help the message be heard loud and clear enough. The theme of World Diabetes Day in 2010. is: "Let's take control of diabetes! Now. "
We promote prevention and awareness of diabetes and urge people to take control of this epidemic that affects our planet in alarming sizes. It doesn't have a matter where you are, your efforts will be made by the World Diabetes Day a truly global success. Join us and say loudly and clearly
November 14, that neglect of the problem worldwide is a crime. We are together to fight diabetes. Together we are in all this.

Professor Jean-Claude Mbania

President of MDF