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Sweden Marks World Diabetes Day

Published onsdag 14 november 2007 kl 12.04

Marking this as world diabetes day, 3 Swedish buildings will be bathing in blue light during the night darkness - joining 150 structures around the world.

These are the globe-shaped sports and entertainment arena in Stockholm, the Scandinavium arena in Gothenburg and the mushroom-shaped water tower in the central city of Örebro.

Meanwhile the Swedish diabetes association is protesting over what they call the discrimination of the growing number of youngsters in the Swedish schools - needing special food, gymnastics and care because of their diabetes.

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