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Ten States Bear Brunt of Diabetes Burden
Date:3/17/2011

WASHINGTON, March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study conducted by the Institute for Alternative Futures (IAF) identified California, Texas, Florida, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Michigan as "diabetes hot spots," where the burden of diabetes will be greatest in the next 15 years.  "United States' Diabetes Crisis: Today and Future Trends," is the first study to provide detailed diabetes prevalence and cost forecasts individually for all 50 states. The study was commissioned and funded by Novo Nordisk to provide insights into how the growing diabetes epidemic will spread geographically in the United States and how this demographic shift might affect local economies.  

The IAF diabetes model estimates that the overall number of people in the United States living with diabetes will increase 64 percent by 2025 from 32.3 million today to 53.1 million.(1) This equates to 1 in 7 Americans.  The resulting medical and societal cost of diabetes will be almost $514 billion – a 72 percent increase from 2010(1) and comparable to the total budget for Medicare in 2010.(2) Currently, the ten states identified as diabetes hot spots shoulder nearly 60 percent of the cost from diabetes, or approximately $176 billion(1) of the total $299 billion.(1) In fifteen years, the cost of diabetes to these ten states is projected to jump to $297 billion,(1) or nearly the cost of diabetes to the entire United States today. The breakdown of Americans with diabetes in 2025 within the ten diabetes hot spots and the cost to each state are predicted to be as follows:

  1. California: Projected cost of $63.63 billion, 6.6 million people with diabetes (1)
  2. Texas: Projected cost of $52.17 billion, 5.5 million people with diabetes(1)
  3. Florida: Projected cost of $40.43 billion, 4.2 million people with diabetes(1)
  4. New York: Projected cost of $28.38 b
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