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At-Risk: American Indians/Alaska Natives

5% Donated/$9,500 To Go
American Indians/Alaska Natives have the highest rate of diabetes in the world. They are 2.5 times more likely to be diagnosed and 2.3 times as likely to die from the disease than non-Hispanic white adults.
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At-Risk: African American

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African American adults are 80% more likely to be diagnosed and twice as likely to die from the disease than non-Hispanic white adults.
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At Risk: Hispanics

60% Donated/$4,000 To Go
1 in 2 Hispanics is expected to develop diabetes. Due to lower access to health care, they also have a 51% higher death rate from diabetes than non-Hispanic whites.
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At-Risk: Asian Americans

10% Donated/$9,000 To Go
Being thin doesn’t spare Asian-Americans from being at risk for diabetes. In fact, they have an 18% greater risk than non-Hispanic whites.
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At-Risk: Single Moms

50% Donated/$5,000 To Go
45% of the uninsured population are non-Hispanic whites, many of which are single mothers or fathers.
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