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Successes and Opportunities for Population-Based Prevention and Control: At A Glance 2011

New Cases of Diagnosed Diabetes Among U.S. Adults Aged 18–79 Years, 1980–2009

YearNumber of Cases
1980493,000
1981557,000
1982595,000
1983628,000
1984611,000
1985564,000
1986578,000
1987574,000
1988635,000
1989591,000
1990603,000
1991573,000
1992682,000
1993752,000
1994838,000
1995796,000
1996799,000
1997813,000
1998921,000
1999979,000
20001,104,000
20011,213,000
20021,304,000
20031,349,000
20041,403,000
20051,468,000
20061,528,000
20071,605,000
20081,728,000
20091,812,000

Source: http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/statistics/incidence/fig1.htm.

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