Around the world

These images are from Novo Nordisk engagement around the world. They are downloadable for non-commercial use and for purposes such as news reporting or research related to Novo Nordisk. If you have comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

 

Rshni on staircase in India. She has diabetes 1

Defeat Diabetes - Novo Nordisk's new social responsibility strategy 

Long-term ambition is to provide access to affordable care to vulnerable patients in every country and accelerate prevention to halt the rise of diabetes.

Photo: Roshni from India has diabetes type 1

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Person with bicycle crossing road

Defeat diabetes - Novo Nordisk's new social responsibility 

Long-term ambition is to provide access to affordable care to vulnerable patients in every country and accelerate prevention to halt the rise of diabetes.

Photo: CambieSt, MTPleasant, Vancouver, Canada

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Microscope at lab with scientist in the background

Defeat diabetes - Novo Nordisk's new social responsibility

Long-term ambition is to provide access to affordable care to vulnerable patients in every country and accelerate prevention to halt the rise of diabetes.

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Zeana Massoud Said has type 1 diabetes. Zeana lives in Tanzania

Non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension kill 15 million people prematurely each year.

More than four in five of these deaths are in low- and middle-income countries where access to essential medicines is inadequate.

Zeana Masoud Said lives in Tanzania. She has type 1 diabetes and hypertension.

Photo credit: Sala Lewis

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Daw Thein Yi has type 2 diabetes. Daw lives in Myanmar.

Non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension kill 15 million people prematurely each year.

More than four in five of these deaths are in low- and middle-income countries where access to essential medicines is inadequate.

Daw Thein Yi lives in Myanmar. She has type 2 diabetes and lung cancer.

Photo credit: Jesper Westley

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