A Snapshot of Diabetes in the U.S.


Diabetes mellitus is a widespread and rapidly-growing disease.

In 1958 fewer than 1% of Americans had been diagnosed with diabetes, but by 2015 that percentage had risen to 7.4%. It is also an expensive disease, costing the nation upwards of $327 billion annually. Read on for additional facts and figures concerning diabetes. *

*Unless otherwise specified, all data is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

View the slideshow of quick facts on Medical Economics.

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