Costs of Diabetes in the US in 2002
- $132 billion - direct and indirect costs of diabetes in 2002
- $98 billion - direct and indirect costs of diabetes in 1997
- $92 billion - direct costs of diabetes in 2002
- $44 billion - direct costs of diabetes in 1997
- $13,243 - per capita medical expenditure for person with diabetes
- $2,560 - per capita medical expenditure for person without diabetes
- 1 of 10 health care dollars now spent on diabetes
Source: Economic Costs of Diabetes in the U.S. in 2002.
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