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National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2014

Rate of new cases of type 1 and type 2 diabetes among people younger than 20 years, by age and race/ethnicity, SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth Study, 2008–2009

 

Type 1 


 

Type 2 


 

 Rate (per
100,000/year)

95% CI
Rate (per
100,000/year)

95% CI

 

Age <10 Years
Non-Hispanic whites28.9(27.0 – 31.0)0.2(0.1 – 0.5)
Non-Hispanic blacks15.4(12.8 – 18.6)2.9(1.9 – 4.5)
Hispanics15.1(12.9 – 17.6)0.5(0.2 – 1.2)
Asian/Pacific Islanders8.1(5.3 – 12.2)0.8(0.2 – 2.7)
American Indians/
Alaska Natives*
3.7(1.5 – 8.9)3.3(1.3 – 8.5)
ALL22.2(20.9 – 23.5)0.8(0.6 – 1.1)


 

Age 10 – 19 Years
Non-Hispanic whites26.3(24.5– 28.2)4.5(3.8 – 5.3)
Non-Hispanic blacks17.5(14.8 – 20.8)26.7(23.2 – 30.6)
Hispanics18.8(16.3 – 21.7)17.1(14.7 – 19.8)
Asian/Pacific Islanders5.8(3.6 – 9.3)8.9(6.0 – 13.1)
American Indians/
Alaska Natives*
6.2(3.2 – 12.0)28.9(21.1 – 39.5)
ALL21.9(20.7 – 23.2)11.0(10.2 – 12.0)

 

CI=confidence interval

*The American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth who participated in the SEARCH study are not representative of all AI/AN youth in the United States. Thus, these rates cannot be generalized to all AI/AN youth nationwide.

 
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